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Davide Villa

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I setup load balancing in my multihomed kerio control:

1 HDSL 4Mbs Internet access with 32 IPs
1 ADSL 20Mbs Internet access with 16 IPs

load balancing works fine for outbound connection and policy routing let me choose witch interface to use.

the problem is that the servers mapped for secondary IPs of the interfaces works only for the default one: the ADSL Interface.
for the HDSL interface works only primary IP.

if I modify the bandwidth speficication so that the HDSL became the default one, all the IPs of that interface start working, but stop working the servers mapped on the secondary addresses of the ADSL interface.

Is seems that I can't map pubblic IP address other than the primary one in load balancing environment.

Is this a bug or the correct behavior?



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[Updated on: Mon, 14 June 2010 00:51]


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Hi Davide,

You cannot use the KWF's automatic load balancing feature for your inbound connections.

Currently KERIO is not supporting the automatic Inbound load balancing features.

You have to manually change the network rules when your primary link get fails.

There are some appliances available for the automatic inbound connection load balancing.

One example F5 appliances

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