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dknezic

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Could you please assist me with setting up mu Link weight 1-100

I have two internet interfaces VSAT and 4G and I would love to set up Link weight that VSAT will be Priority and 4G Backup

I have set up Link weight 100 at VSAT and Link weight 50 at 4G is that ok?

Please help.
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Yachtcomputing-Ed

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You mentioned Priority and Backup and so you are straddling Load balancing an failover so let me explain both. In failover mode with VSAT Primary and 4G Backup All traffic will flow through the VSAT until it fails completely offline then the 4G will be used. In load balancing you are simultaneously using both links directing a portion of the traffic out each connection according to the weights you set. In your example 100 Vsat 50 4G, traffic will flow over both connections. roughly 2/3s over the VSAT 1/3 over the 4G. Total Weights 150 100/150 VSAT 50/150 4G. If either fails then Failover is implied and all traffic will flow over the surviving connection.

Hope this helps,

Yachtcomputing.
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