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tejasvyas

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All traffic from LAN goes through one interface at the moment.

I need to be able to route LAN traffic based on different channels of dedicated broadbands.

When we only use the one interface, everything works fine. As soon as we turn on the other interface, nothing works.

Configuration List


Lan 1 192.168.0.4/255.255.255.0
Lan 2 192.168.0.242/255.255.255.0
DSL 1 61.11.103.195/255.255.255.0/61.11.103.1
DSL 2 61.11.103.58/255.255.255.0/61.11.103.1


Thanks in Advance
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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tejasvyas wrote on Fri, 12 March 2004 11:48

All traffic from LAN goes through one interface at the moment.

I need to be able to route LAN traffic based on different channels of dedicated broadbands.

When we only use the one interface, everything works fine. As soon as we turn on the other interface, nothing works.

Configuration List


Lan 1 192.168.0.4/255.255.255.0
Lan 2 192.168.0.242/255.255.255.0
DSL 1 61.11.103.195/255.255.255.0/61.11.103.1
DSL 2 61.11.103.58/255.255.255.0/61.11.103.1


Thanks in Advance



Sorry, it is not possible.
The Windows routing can use only one default gateway at the same time.
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