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I have setup kerio in my internet cafe as the main router. The cafe has 8 internet connections, 5 for gaming and 3 for surfing.

I currently added pfsense into the mix. pfsense is handling the surfing connections and then passes them to kerio. My pfsense has load balancing and squid setup with 2 lan interface. So if the client needs surfing related traffic kerio then passes the traffic to pfsense.

My problem now is that when i use pfsense directly to the clients when i download something using utorrent or steam in some cases pfsense combines all 3 internet connection. I know that load balancing does not combine internet speed, but in multiple connection applications such as utorrent, internet download manager and steam they do combine and make downloading faster. But since kerio is handling all the distribution, pfsense doesnt seem to combine them on the said applications? Does kerio remove the multiple connection status of the apps because of my setup?

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