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ps.nepali@gmail.com

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Hi everyone,

Is it possible to work on Kerio with :

Two WAN (Different ISP for no downtime)
Single LAN

On a Kerio Winroute so that even WAN-1 interface fails, it automatically serves the request using second WAN-2.

Please, advice where can I have more information regarding this.

Note: WAN Type (Static IP from different ISP)

In a hope of quick response.


PS Nep
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snorlax

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I'm also very interreseted in this answer : for the moment I have a fixe IP WAN connection and a dialup from another ISP as secondary interface but I'd rather change it for an allway connected one for no downtime...
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Check out " Connection Failover " section in man/help for your answer.

But i would like to :
option1 :
i would like to use 2 wan connection and use the internet for LAN.
(by doing this i will have high bandwidth)

or

option 2:
A set of Lan IP use WAN-1 for inter net and second set use WAN-2.

i.e.
192.168.0.2 to 192.168.0.99 will use WAN-1
192.168.0.100 to 192.168.0.199 will use WAN-2

Is there a good way out for my requirement.


Any good news.
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192.168.0.2 to 192.168.0.99 will use WAN-1
192.168.0.100 to 192.168.0.199 will use WAN-2

This can be done with traffic rules and NAT:

name: NAT WAN-1
source: 192.168.0.2 to 192.168.0.99
dest: network connected to interface WAN-1
service: specify
translation: NAT, translate to IP addres of interface WAN-1

name: NAT WAN-2
source: 192.168.0.100 to 192.168.0.199
dest: network connected to interface WAN-2
service: specify
translation: NAT, translate to IP addres of interface WAN-2
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Im using 2 WAN.. 1 for primary and the other one for failover.

Before I purchase kerio, I got the same idea regarding 2 WANs sharing the load.
e.g:
192.168.0.1 to 50 will use WAN1
192.168.0.51 to 100 will use WAN2

or (something like this:)
if services are SMTP/WWW, then use WAN1
if services are FTP/POP, then use WAN2

Unfortunately, I was so confidence it would work and I didn't bother to ask this forum.... Sharing load is not possible in Kerio. Why? because MS Windows doesn't support multiple gateways. However, you can only use the other WAN for failover.

There is also a thread in this forum explaining this concept. Believe me, this won't work. There's a way, buy DLink "Load balance Router".



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ps.nepali@gmail.com

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this feature is not in yet.

I hope Kerio Developers will think on this matter and am sure will introduce it soon..

Since nothing is impossible ..
I believe kerio team will do it...

Very Happy Cool
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Hope so...

If Microsoft changed the way they handling gateway, then there would be a good chance this feature will work. As what I've said, KWF's internet connection is based on Microsoft OS. If OS used WAN2, then KWF switches and use WAN2.. same thing if OS use another WAN... KWF will just follow.
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