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# 177465 3-Aug-2015 14:29
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Hello, if I want to redicret all traffic for a range of websites out a specific router interface (e.g. www.bmw.com and www.mercedes.com) is it reliable to just dns resolve those website names and then route those IP addresses out the interface ? So I would end up with two IP addresses to route out that interface.
Are there any reasons why this method may be inaccurate ?

Thanks kindly for any info.

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  # 1357821 3-Aug-2015 14:40
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It's very likely to fail because of the assumption that all website content will reside on a single IP which is very rarely the case.



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  # 1357835 3-Aug-2015 14:49
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You'll need to do a nslookup of the domains over a couple of days.  If it stays static then you are fine.

Also check the pages in case they reference CDNs.  If they do then you'll probably be screwed.




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  # 1359042 5-Aug-2015 00:42

What is your reason for doing so? Do you have a fast connection with a small data cap and a slow connection with unlimited data? Or something else again?





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