Every Layer 3 device on the network has a routing table, even if it is not a router. This routing table, sometimes transparent to the user, decides where to send network traffic and on what interface based on the destination address. For workstations with a single NIC, this process is very simple, as every packet is sent out of the only interface available. However, if you have a server with multiple network interfaces, things get complicated because there are multiple ways to send traffic out to the network.
On most devices there is a command that allows the user to . . .
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