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Im having trouble making my Load Balancing work properly with uTorrent. I already included WAN1 & WAN2 to the multiple internet links - load balancing with Weight 1. I also have another WAN3 which is my pfsense router which is still WAN1 & WAN2. The pfsense its for web caching on port 80 and other web services. The WAN3 is not included in the load balancing.

I added another rule which is for my utorrent
Source: Internet Interfaces
Destination: Firewall (also tried switching this to my IP)
Service: uTorrent Port
IP Version: Any
Action: Allow
Translation: NAT Balancing per connection

What happens with this rule is that it uses a portion of my WAN1 and a portion of my WAN3. WAN2 never gets used when WAN3 is not even included in the load balancing.

How can I fix this?
Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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I don't think you fully understand how load-balancing works. It's designed to load balance Internet connection lines for the traffic from LAN to the Internet.

You can't use it to loadbalance incoming traffic. Enabling NAT on that rule makes no sense.

Please read http://kb.kerio.com/product/kerio-control/bandwidth-optimiza tion/configuring-policy-routing-1314.html for details.

Petr Dobry
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