AS/400 and defualt routes

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I have a AS/400 that has a defualt route in it. I've added another NIC card to it and the only way that I can get traffic to go out the new NIC card is to set up static routes on the 400 to go out that new NIC card. If I take out the static all traffic goes out the normal default. Question is is there a way to separate the traffic besides putting in static routes for the subnets I want to go out the new NIC?

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What are you trying to separate on the two NIC’s? Traffic will separate across the two nics if they are on separate subnets or services are bound separately to each nic.

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  • Gurowar
    Well the default route routes all the packets through my internal network what I'm trying to do is I have a second NIC on there to the corporate network. What I was trying to do is add another default route so that anything in the 198.169.180.xx - 183.xx subnet will choose the corporate network and everything else will use the normal. The only way I've been able to do this is add a static route on the 400, just wondering if there was another way to do it beside adding static routes
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