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blog:openbsd_and_failover_nat [2014/09/05 03:54]
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blog:openbsd_and_failover_nat [2014/09/05 03:58] (current)
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 No, no it is not.    No, no it is not.   
  
-It is not for a simple reason-- the links are not equal cost.  The Comcast link is a business account that is essentially unmetered ​bandwitdh, and FreedomPOP has a strict limit of 1GB per month before things get //really// expensive.  ​+It is not for a simple reason-- the links are not equal cost.  The Comcast link is a business account that is essentially unmetered ​bandwidth, and FreedomPOP has a strict limit of 1GB per month before things get //really// expensive.  ​
  
 I could probably do a bit of PF tomfoolery to get it working the way I need, but nothing I tried seemed to do it, and frankly, I'd get worried. I could probably do a bit of PF tomfoolery to get it working the way I need, but nothing I tried seemed to do it, and frankly, I'd get worried.
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 I've got static IPs, but when this happens, they can suck it.   The most critical thing is my phones, and I can lose those. I've got static IPs, but when this happens, they can suck it.   The most critical thing is my phones, and I can lose those.
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 +===== Assumptions =====
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 +You know what OpenBSD is, you know how PF works, and you know how to get NAT setup without having a stroke. ​  You are not going to email, call, or otherwise fidget at me about this if you can't get it to work for you.
  
 =====  Shut up already! ​  How do you do it? ===== =====  Shut up already! ​  How do you do it? =====
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 First things first, lose ''/​etc/​mygate''​. First things first, lose ''/​etc/​mygate''​.
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 ==== Setting up Interfaces ==== ==== Setting up Interfaces ====
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-=== Assumptions === 
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-You know what OpenBSD is, you know how PF works, and you know how to get NAT setup without having a stroke. ​  If you don't there'​s a ton of information out there to help you. 
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 === Fuck Yeah, Routing! === === Fuck Yeah, Routing! ===