Im confused by the initial information.
The member didnt mention a block of IPs but I am assuming a /29 block 6 useable IPs.
One used for the router and private LANs (or vlans) and one used for public IP (4 left to use?)
Then they added ISP2.
Is that about right?
Also why is it sometimes people mark connections then mark routes based on the marked connection and in this case not even bothering with marking routes?
I like the WHY more so than the what>
Hello all, thanks for the reply.
On ISP1, I only have 1 public IP address. Not a range.
I'm very new to the concept of marking packets/connections.
Ex cisco ccna, now retired from managing networks.I will now go read something about mangle.