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« on: Wednesday 21 December 2011, 01:07:00 pm »

Hi, I'm having some difficulty locating somewhere where i can route the built in HTTP Proxy traffic through a particular red interface. I currently have policy based routing rules to use particular interfaces for non-local traffic based on which port they are trying to connect to (ie: port 80 traffic goes via one red interface, port 25 via another red interface - with backup link used if fails)

Problem is that proxy based traffic is going over the incorrect interface (Possibly the first interface found?) rather than via one by policy rules.

I cannot locate anything within the proxy configuration that allows you to specify an interface for the proxy service to use, is there another way to do this that works with the proxy feature?
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« Reply #1 on: Tuesday 07 February 2012, 11:46:48 am »

hello I am also newbie in endian but I last night I had successful deploy endiian
this may be help....
go to  networking menu then sub menu in left panel (routing) then go to routing policy then create one
create  Source = local
destination = any
service http =  80
gateway via uplink then chose your wish outgiong interface

sory if my english is bad.  I am From Indonesia.

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