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I have a customer who is running Kerio Control 9.2.1 at two offices connected via Kerio VPN tunnel. At the main office, they want to add a second Internet feed and configure the Kerio Control box for dual WAN.

Rather than configure the dual WAN for load-balancing or failover mode, they would like to route all of the site-to-site VPN traffic over WAN2 while all other incoming and outgoing traffic uses WAN1.

Both WAN interfaces have static IP and I can effectively set the tunnel endpoint on the remote side to use one or the other, which ensures the VPN traffic uses the correct interface. I'm wondering what else needs to be done to configure this correctly for what they want?

Any thoughts most appreciated.

[Updated on: Wed, 08 February 2017 22:05]

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