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Old 25th July 2008
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Default OpenBSD and routing

This might be more of an advanced question but I am gonna ask it anyways

Is there a way to use openbsd to route all traffic to another ip?

To explain it a little better what I am doing is switching for a cable modem to fiber optics for our internet feed. I want to do the switch over on a weekend but dont want to loose anything while we are waiting for DNS to propogate.

Here is a diagram

This is route will include mail, web, and vpn. Or am i stuck with doing rdr statements to get this to work?

I will explain a little more if someone wants to take the time to help me with this.
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