The Sidewinder cannot do source routing. The routes on the Sidewinder are controlled by the 'cf static' command, meaning they are in a database. This database is applied to the routing table when you make changes via the GUI or the 'cf' commands.
The standard routing commands do work on the Sidewinder (e.g. 'route add' works), but they do not carry across reboots. You can add routing commands to the /etc/rc.local file to have them carry across reboots. I do not know if the route-to command will work on the Sidewinder or how it will interact with the routes pushed by the Sidewinder via the 'cf static' command (i.e. it may overwrite your 'route-to' routes or it may cause a conflict causing your traffic to stop working).
Hi sliedl, thank you for answering, you could tell me if the sidewinder would load-balancing between two interfaces?
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It doesn't do load balancing between interfaces.
If you want to do such things you have to use dedicated load balancers.
Yet about the origin by routing wanted to test the command route-to command line but not the command or pfctl ipfilter runs.
Follows the following rule
pass in quick on em0 route-to (em0 220.127.116.11) proto tcp from 192.168.0.0/24 to any port 80 flags S/SA modulate state
em0 - interface outgoing,
192.168.1.1 - gateway
192.168.0.0/24 - lan network
That and possible? know which utility can do this in FreeBSD use pfctl-f /file where file contains the rules is there any way to do this in sidewinder??