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bravo_prochu

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hi there !
I have two internet connections in KWF
Of course i know that i can trafic perticulary services to specify WAN interface, but CAN I DO THE SAME WITH URL !?

for example:
i want to www.google.com pass to WAN1
and www.youtube.com to WAN2

is it passible !?

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bp
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ICT and Me

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As far that i know. Not possible.

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Carlo Turk
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subnet

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Nope also think that its not possible.
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bravo_prochu

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how to suggest the kerio team to make it !??

I waited for about four years to have passibility to connect 2 WAN interfaces, - now it is, and its great
New problem; URL to specify WAN interface... I hope, it will happen too, but when !!!????

I guess that could be a major step ahead

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bp
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subnet

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Yep it would be a great step ahead. You do this request at kerio with your license Id. They will take it in there suggestions database. And maybe in the future releases it can be available.

Regard,

Cliff
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bravo_prochu

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yep, but i dont have one

lets wait for someone who has it, and maybe he will request it...

bp

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bravo_prochu wrote on Thu, 27 August 2009 12:41
yep, but i dont have one
lets wait for someone who has it, and maybe he will request it...
bp



Well, in such case, you already are in our database. But another one.
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gshmar

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if you want to redirect some URL to specfic interface
then i guess you have to do it by routing table

first you have to get the ip address of that particula url
then go to routering table and put it in this way

for example ,,, lets take about cnn.com
ip address is 157.166.226.26

so i would write

157.166.226.26 mask 255.255.255.255 interface (lan)
gateway put your next hop ip address

im sure it will work fine for that particular ip address ( URL )


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bravo_prochu

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hi there, what is 'next hop ip address' ?
Is it my WAN ip address ? (i have 5 ip's [DSL] can I use any of them ?)

sorry, but i can't understand it

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bp
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gshmar

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Is it my WAN ip address ? (i have 5 ip's [DSL] can I use any of them ?)


yess..

you are right
as i said ,,
you would go to routering table ..... add route...

creat new route with listed details

1) destination network OR ip OR host (( write the URL ip address ))

2) mask 255.255.255.255 (for one host )

3) interface chose LAN ( i mean your local private ip address )

4) gateway ( you can write your particular DSL ip address )

let me no if not working ...

Regards
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bravo_prochu

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hi
when i add a new route with these details as You wrote...
i apply settings and the route dissappears!, but when i check 'static route' - it is described as 'inactive routes' and it doesn't work !?
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gshmar

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hi there

i will test it tomorrow on my running live server Cool
i have another idea bu seeting this route by windows routing table

i will test it and let you know

regards
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musogaman

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Any confirmation on whether this routing works?
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bravo_prochu

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it doesn't.....

still searching...
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