configuring 2-gateways in linux

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Old 09-19-2007
configuring 2-gateways in linux


I want to configure 2-gateways in Linux .

Please tell me how I can achieve this. I am accesing 2-internet

connection through these 2-gateways. So I am looking that

if 1-gets down then also other one is working.

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Old 09-20-2007
There are many materials on the net regarding this topic, like this one, but you need to give us more specific information. Also, consider more advanced software like quagga or zebra.
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