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Okay so here's a big question about linux route table

In order to get from LAN A on eth1 to LAN B on eth2, but also allow them both acces to internet on eth0, do i need route tables for each interface? I've been trying to locate the answer to my question via the interwebs for 5 hours. So i come to you in my hour of desperation.

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Okay so here's a big question about linux route table

In order to get from LAN A on eth1 to LAN B on eth2, but also allow them both acces to internet on eth0, do i need route tables for each interface? I've been trying to locate the answer to my question via the interwebs for 5 hours. So i come to you in my hour of desperation.

http://www.google.co.uk/search?q=linux+rou...between+subnets

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yeah too bad i read most of those already in those 5 hours, still confused, could be because i'm still awake. i think i'm a little less confused. and will probably get within 5 minutes tomorrow. i god rid of some frustration owning up some noobs in cod4.

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