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Running Kerio Control 7.2.1 Build 3301. This is all about load balancing and being able to manage all the links for fast internet and larger download capability. The 1st link is the more reliable business link and the other links are just residential links with faster bandwidth and downloads volume. Server HP Rackmount DL160 - (Software Base ESXi, WM), with 2 ethernet ports. Port 1 goes to Wan side and Port 2 goes to LAN Side. I was told that I could take 2 Links and connect modems via a switch which then connects to the single incoming WAN Side Port on the HP, i.e. if I have a WAN IP coming through a modem1 (It's IP And perhaps WAN IP coming through a modem2 (It's IP is connected to the 8 port switch which then connects to the HP. Control is setup so a WAN Interface connects and as their own interfaces so that they cab managed independently for traffic control. Also I can setup the third and fourth connection in a similar fashion with different IP LAN addresses on the modems that match up with the same IP Interfaces in Control but I can't find out how to do that. Supposedly what this does is stops me from having to install extra nics.
SO what I am looking for is to find out how to setup 2 - 4 internet links (2 initially) to connect through a switch to the one incoming port on the HP.
Help please.

[Updated on: Thu, 29 December 2011 01:03]

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It can be done, but I don't recommend it. All traffic goes on one fysical NIC so the real speed will be slower.
My advise is to insert more Real NIC's and VMware. Basic Intel 1 Giga (desktop) NIC's will do for professional setting. Otherwise there are good alternative with Realtek chipset giga.

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