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Re: Using state and routing inbound traffic
On Fri, Aug 05, 2005 at 04:30:44PM +0000, Karl O. Pinc wrote:
> I want to route all inbound WAN traffic to a loopback
> interface so I can try some queueing on inbound traffic
> (to see if I can trade bandwidth for latency).
> But I'm not sure there's a way to do this
> in conjunction with stateful firewalling.
> Seems like:
> pass in on $internal_if from any to any port http keep state
> pass out on $external_if from any to any port http \
> route-to lo1 keep state
> is going to route the outbound traffic on $external_if
> whereas what I want is to route the returning
> inbound traffic. Right? Is there a way to route inbound
> traffic to a loopback address so I can play around
> with queueing inbound traffic?
I'm not sure what you are proposing will work, however...
If you want to queue inbound traffic (LAN->WAN), why not just queue it
when it is heading out on the WAN interface?