I was wondering if it's possible to set up a secondary gateway IP for my network.
The set-up is like this:
Computers are connected both wirelessly and wired to a router/modem (Thomson) TG585 v7 at 192.168.1.254
An Untangle box (192.168.1.67) running in Re-Router mode is also connected to the above router.
The computers are set to use the Untangle box both as DNS and Gateway.
So it's like PC -> Modem/Router -> Untangle -> Back to modem/Router -> Internet
With Windows it's easy to set up a the Gateway to the Modem/Router in case the Untangle box goes down, but I'm at loss with PCLinuxOS.
Here's the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 configuration.
Unfortunately setting "GATEWAY1" and "GATEWAY2" doesn't seem to work.
I wonder if this would be possible though the router's telnet configuration but I don't understand much from it.
Here's the available command groups if anyone has worked with a similar router firmware.
firewall service autopvc connection cwmp
dhcp dns dsd dyndns eth
atm config debug env expr
grp hostmgr ids igmp interface
ip ipqos label language mbus
memm mlp nat ppp pptp
ra script snmp sntp software
system systemlog tls upgrade upnp
user wireless xdsl
I also wonder if KDE's network configuration control panel has such a capability - The network tool available in Xfce is quite limited.
Any idea is welcome =)