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LSimpson

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1). Will policy routing work if links are configured for failover?

2). Can fail over ensure the following:

• Divide traffic between two Internet links.
• Distribute excess load to other Internet connections to maintain high application performance.
• Improve the quality of VoIP and video conferencing
•Increase download and upload speeds
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ksnyder

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Please refrain from starting new threads for the same topic. I notice you've been asking questions related to this all week. As a result, the responses are helpful only to you and not to anyone else who has an interest in this topic in the future.

Also, I recommend familiarizing yourself with our Knowledge Base. It is loaded with both basic and detailed information regarding all of our products. It is located at http://kb.kerio.com

If you perform a search for these terms, I assure you that you'll be amazed at their usefulness:
"multiple links"
"load balancing"
"voip traffic"
"policy based routing"
"QoS"

[Updated on: Fri, 20 February 2015 22:46]


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