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LSimpson

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Multiple Internet Link - Failover

For fail over how exactly does it work in Kerio?


    What if the secondary connection fails, what should happen?





    When the primary connection has a slow connection speed or little signal my users are not able browse. Why is that so?



    If the primary connection is weak in signal will it fail over to the secondary connection or is it that the primary connection must lose all connectivity meaning no signal what so ever coming from it (primary connection) before it then fails over to the secondary connection in order for the Multiple Internet Link - Failover to actually work where users can be able to browse?
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A weak signal doesn't constitute a failure. Technically, it's still "up"...it's just slow. We use ping to detect the status of the interface and if there is no response we will deem it as being "down" until there is a response.

[Updated on: Fri, 20 February 2015 19:21]


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