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It's caused by Default Gateway rule of Micro$oft, not by KWF, I think. Only *nix systems can do that.

But with KWF, you can easily config the Static Routes to allow load balancing IPRange-by-IPRange (MS Windows specifications).

As with my network configuration, my office uses 2 Internet lines from 2 different ISPs. I connect them into 2 NICs and a NIC for LAN. In KWF, I config the routes to Internet based on the IPRange that an ISP supplies better. For example, I config the routes in KWF:

- Packets from LAN access go through NIC #1 -> ISP #1 (Default internet line)
- Packets from LAN access go through NIC #2 -> ISP #2

The TCP/IP in Windows does not allow routing by TCP/UDP port. So it is only the temporary solution. For a best solution, I think that you can use another "real-time" loadbalancing or fail-over router and lay him between Internet and KWF server. Today, I use this configuration and the Internet speed is nearly doubled!

Good luck.
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