On 21.02.2002 (d-m-y), c G wrote:
I set up the network adapters as such
184.108.40.206 = eth0
220.127.116.11 = eth1
18.104.22.168 = eth2
this should mean that any incoming connections to these ip
adresses connect with only these interfaces, right?
Yes, but it makes life and especially routing easier when you choose
IP addresses from different subnets...
With the IP addresses seen above your computer will route network
packets eith a destination 192.50.1.x over all of your three
I don't know if configuring different subnets will solve your
problem, but maybe it's worth trying out...