Hi Community, I setup a Debian Gnu/Linux box as a firewall with a public IP address on the eth0 and a private IP address on the eth1 just for local access/administration: 10.0.0.1/8. I tried to access the box remotely on the eth0 (public IP) with a not 'natted' private address 10.174.190.0/24 from our NOC network (and keep staying inside of our AS). IPTables rules were ok, but since the box had an interface (eth1) directely connected with ip address10.0.0.1/8, it tried to respond with the eth1 to traffic coming in on the eth0 as 10.174.190.0. I believed that the default 'public' route was a more important information, but that's not the case. Is this a general/elementary routing issue, or is the Gnu/Linux box that behaves this way?
Thanks a lot in advance for you comments