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i have two internet connections, 4MBit with static IP and one dsl with dynamic IP. I want to use the static connection for our mail, web, ftp Server and for VPN users. The dynamic Connection should be used for general Web Browsing.
Is it possible to make this with KWF?

Thanks in advance.


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You can't route outwards to different gateways, that's not something that can be made to work. You can probably buy specialized hardware for such a thing, but I wouldn't know where to start.

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Actually, you can route outward to multiple gateways, as I am currently doing this with an almost identical setup, however I'm using a T1 line for the Web/mail/DNS/etc.. server, and all the regular client PCs that browse the web, IM, games, etc, connect through a cable modem connection, all routing through one WinRoute firewall.

I posted a similar solution, here's a link, just look on the bottom: rt=0&S=bca22367c13fbc54412ef698a294b98c
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