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Hey all,
I have a setup like this:
2 WAN combined with Load Balancing
2 Rules as Policy Routing to send SIP via WAN1 and all other via WAN2

My question is:
what happens if one of the WAN fails?
Is automatically all traffic send via the other WAN by the Load Balancing / Fail over mechanism or is this denied by the policy routing rules?

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Brian (GFI/Kerio)

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It depends on whether you enabled the option "Allow using of a different interface if this one becomes unavailable". This checkbox is in the traffic rule, in the translation settings below where you specify the outgoing interface.

Brian Carmichael
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I missed this feature and will test it soon.

Thanks a lot for this fast and helpful reply!
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