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I have 1 lan network of 150 people and the network has 3 nanom2 client for me now to those 3 my Bulletm2 reach the same range would have to chop the 36.x network on 4, I think that is the 36.1- 36.72 etc, and make the settings, now what if I want the 36.0 comes out of the 3 Nanom2 cualqueira, so that in case you drop one out the other, and never go out of network because as a network big LAN always something broken switch, broken wire, power outage. My idea is to use the metric without having to reach load balancing, just put the priority metric in fact it succeeds in kerio, I added 3 tours Ej mask GW metric 1 mask GW metric 2 mask GW 3

If that does not work the other one jumps pa and thus, in theory this works for me, but it does automatically, I have to go manually and disable the box that was working, to reconnoitre me coming back.

Tengo 1 red lan de 150 gente y esa red tiene 3 nanom2 de cliente para mi, ahora para que esos 3 lleguen a mi Bulletm2 por el mismo rango el 36.x habria que picar la red en 4, pienso yo es decir del 36.1-36.72 etc, y hacer las configuraciones, ahora que pasa si yo quiero que la 36.0 salga por cualqueira de los 3 Nanom2, para que en caso de que se caiga uno salga por el otro,y nunca se queden sin red porque al ser una red tan grande LAN siempre pasa algo , switch roto,cable roto, corte de luz. Mi idea es usar las metrica y sin tener que llegar al balanceo de carga, solo con las metrica ponerle prioridad, de hecho lo logre en el kerio, aƱadi 3 rutas Ej mask GW metric 1 mask GW metric 2 mask GW 3

En caso que no funcione una salta pa la otra y asi, esto en teoria me funciona, pero no lo hace automaticamente, tengo que ir yo manualmente y desactivar la casilla de la que estaba funcionando, para que me reconosca la que viene atras.
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