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howtos:network_services:tunnel_interfaces [2013/12/06 15:01 (UTC)]
ricky_cardo [Tunnel Interfaces] added $port option
howtos:network_services:tunnel_interfaces [2020/06/25 13:41 (UTC)] (current)
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-# suggestions contact rich at lehcar.no-ip.org+# suggestions contact rich at lehcar.duckdns.org
 # with thanks to Billy T (for idea and assistance) # with thanks to Billy T (for idea and assistance)
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 I'm not going to be able to elaborate on the iptables rules still a little green there, but they work. I'm not going to be able to elaborate on the iptables rules still a little green there, but they work.
  
 +**Here are a couple usage examples.**  ​
 +Directing traffic to the tunnel interface. ​ first example 10.10.132.0-255 second just 10.10.182.15 ​
 +<code bash>/​sbin/​route add -net 10.10.132.0 netmask 255.255.255.0 dev tun0
 +/sbin/route add -net 10.10.182.15 netmask 255.255.255.255 dev tun0</​code>​
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