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De@nO

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Hi all.

I have a need to be able to "split" HTTP taffic between two internet adapters.

Currently there are two internet interfaces:
- Internet 1: Static external IP
- Internet 2: Dynamic external IP

I would like to use Internet 2 for HTTP browsing, and Internet 1 for a HTTP based business app. Internet 1 interface must only be used for the business app and Internet 2 interface for all other browsing.


Is there a way of creating a traffic rule where all HTTP taffic goes to one adapter except for one specific site/domain that must be routed to the other network adapter.

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James Bobby

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If you can define the destination (eg IP-address(s)) you can easily do that with two rules.

Make sure the interfaces are in the Internet group.

Rule 1

Source: LAN
Destination: IP's/IP-Group of destination
Service: HTTP
Action: Allow
NAT: Internet 1

Rule 2

Source: LAN
Destination: Internet Interfaces
Service: HTTP
Action: Allow
NAT: Internet 2
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De@nO

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Thanks very much.

I did it that way and it works. However there seems to be a glitch when using the Kerio as a proxy server.

If I enable the proxy routing through the clients browsers it randomly routes normal traffic through the Internet connection 1 (Rule 1 in your example). In short, normal traffic randomly goes through either adapter with the Proxy enabled.

If I disable the proxy in the clients browser it works 100%
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