SUMMARY Solaris 10 - Source routing

From: Chris <>
Date: Fri Jul 27 2007 - 16:04:25 EDT
Thank you for the responses.

Basically you have to do tagging of packets for something like this to
work.  I wasn't sure if with all the changes in Fire Engine if maybe
this was possible now.  it isn't, at least not in any practical sense
that I would implement.

On 7/26/07, Chris <> wrote:
> First, this network is badly broken, that much I already know...however.
> Seeing if there is a host based solution for my Sol 10 host "Server A".
> Two hosts
> Server A
>          ce0 is on
>          ce1 is on
> Client B
>          eth0 is on
> Connect from Client B to on Server A, the routing permits
> this, the traffic arrives inbound but the replies are via Server A's
> default router via the ce0 interface.
> Is there any way to pin the routing based on its source rather than
> the default based on destination?  Meaning if the packet originates on
> the ce1 interface, so too should the replies go back out that
> interface.
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