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@ enet cards, how to force Firefox to use one, but still listen on the other

I have 2 enet interfaces in my fedora 20 machine. One is connected to a fixed IP, which I can use to log into the computer (SSH) , and also listen wit httpd for my home web page. However it is pretty slow. I also have the other card on the internal network, 198... etc., which can also access the internet, and which access is much faster.

How can I force firefox to use the faster interface, without turning off the 1st card from listen to and responding to incoming internet pings, etc.

I tried setting DEFROUTE =no in the first card's network-script file, which left the other as default, and fixed the firefox problem, but then the first card was deaf on the internet.

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Old 2nd May 2014, 11:49 AM
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Re: @ enet cards, how to force Firefox to use one, but still listen on the other

Howdy,

You can do that by launching firefox with a specific group using 'sg'. Then you can make an iptables rule that will route firefox based on that special group ID, first by marking the packets, then filtering/routing on the mark.

You should be able to get some ideas here:
http://linuxpoison.blogspot.ae/2010/...s-by-user.html
and here:
http://andys.org.uk/bits/2010/01/27/...omment-page-1/
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Old 7th May 2014, 02:07 PM
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Re: @ enet cards, how to force Firefox to use one, but still listen on the other

Shouldn't you be able to config apache to use the secondary eth?
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