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alexbromo

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Hi.

I use a KWF Ver.6.1.2 (build 603) configured with three NIC (RED/ORANGE/GREEN) for navigation and to publish some server on DMZ, one web/ftp server and one mailserver.

The KWF's RED interface is attached on a switch with two Cisco 827 DSL routers: for now I use only one router for user's navigation and DMZ services, but in the future I would want to balance traffic over two routers using one router only for user's navigation and other only for DMZ's services (ports 80, 25, 110).

Is this possible using KWF's traffic policies and/or routing tables ?

Thanks.

Alex.



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alexbromo

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... really no solutions ? Smile

Alex Bromo
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Your configuration is not quit clear to me. I presume your red interface is the connection to the internet. The orange is your DMZ and the green is your LAN.

Red is connected to internet with two routers and you want to send specific traffic through router 1 and all other traffic through router 2.

What you could try is the following:

name: outgoing router 1
source: LAN
dest: internet
service: services that should be routed through router 1
translation: NAT specific ip address that will be routed through router 1

name: outgoing router 2
source: LAN
dest: internet
service: any
translation: NAT specific ip address that will be routed through router 2

make sure the second rule is below the first so traffic that matches the first rule will be send out using that rule and all other traffic will be send out using rule 2.
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alexbromo

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Thank you feite excuse me for delayed response (I have not browse the forum for some months).

I will try your solution and I will report about it.

Thank you !

Alex Bromo.
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