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nhoague

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Hello,

We are experiencing some odd behavior that hopefully someone can shed some light on.

First, our network setup.

We have Control and Connect setup at the main office.
We have remote workers at home with Control setup to access main office through site-site VPN tunnel.

The main office has 2 separate circuits, a T2 and a Cable connection, with 3 IP addresses (2 on the T2 and 1 on the cable) being used.

Here is the odd behavior. When a user is at home they can only connect to mail server (or ping) the Cable connection. Any ping to the T2 IP's times out. If they disconnect they can ping all 3 IPs.

This is very annoying and of course we need the VPN active since we have servers that we don't want on the public internet.

Attached is a screenshot of our routes, if it helps! I wonder if it is because we only have the one gateway IP (which we can ping).

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Update: I disabled the interface is question, re-enabled it. Worked for a minute then stopped. Then I decided to just upgrade to 7.2 RC1, and after that I was given new options in the interface. A load balancing link weight. I set these all to the same, and it works now!

Interesting, but whatever, it works.
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Nevermind, ping works...but services do not. I'll be calling support later. Sad
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