Eddie and two ethernet cards
Posted 24 January 2018 - 11:05 PM
I was confronted with the same problem on one of my servers and found out that with iproute2 on GNU/Linux it's possible to create additional routing tables and assign them to different interfaces. The complication I see is that OpenVPN only ever writes to the default/first one. My research did not reveal any ways to make it do otherwise by means of configuration, but I'm open for any hints in docs and code.
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Posted 25 January 2018 - 02:50 AM
Technically it's possible, and even quite easy, it's called policy based routing:
The more important question is, how are you going to decide which apps would use
which interface, if they don't natively support it.
One of the common ways to do it is by using Linux Namespaces or cgroups, and instructing
each app to be using a different interface by making specific rules for it.
Some more info:
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