Hi Team, I just started using Proxmox, and I am very impressed with it! I do have a small delimma that perhaps someone on this helpful forum can assist me with. My server has two physical NICs in it. Here at the office, we have two different gateways to two different ISPs. All internal IP addresses are statically assigned. Some PCs, devices, whatever, access the internet through Gateway 1 (to ISP 1) and Some PCs, devices, whatever, access the internet through Gateway 2 (to ISP 2). All are on the same network/subnet. In the Proxmox web interface, I configured two bridges (vmbr0 and vmbr1), one bridge for each of the interfaces (eth0 and eth1), however it seems to only let me configure one gateway (vmbr0 for example) address for one of the bridges. Sorry this is so long winded, but I guess my question is: Can I configure the second bridge (vmbr1) with the second gateway, and thus have different guest OS's use a specific gateway, rather than being stuck to only using the one? Or perhaps I have it all backwards? I am familiar with Linux and the command line, but I haven't attempted something like this before (we are switching from VMware server). I am going to have an attempt myself now. I just thought I would put the questions out there for anyone who has done this before, and for anyone else in the same situation as myself. Thanks!