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JGALT

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HI Guys.

Need Help. My client has 2 DSL connections connected directly to a single computer with KWF, which also acts as a gateway.

Is there a way to route traffic / internet connection (inbound and outbound) by protocol / service? Example:

NIC 1 = DSL 1
NIC 2 = DSL 2
NIC 3 = used for LAN

I want to spread the internet connection usage of our users by re-routing or diverting POP/SMTP connection to DSL1 and the rest of the internet connection (HTTP, FTP, HTTPS, SIP, etc.) to DSL2. In effect this is to balance the internet connection demands of all users and spread them between 2 DSL connection.

Sort of like Load balancing but by protocol

Comments / suggestions would be much appreciated.

Thanks,

JG
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JGALT

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I really need anyone's input(s) on this matter. Your comments / suggestions are much obliged.
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feite

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Try this

Mail:

name: mail (DSL1)
source: LAN
dest: internet (DSL1 and DSL2)
service: POP3, SMTP
action: allow
translation: translate to ip addres of interface DSL1


Other:

name: other traffic (DSL2)
source: LAN
dest: internet (DSL1 and DSL2)
service: HTTP, FTP, HTTPS, SIP, etc
action: allow
translation: translate to ip addres of interface DSL2
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electronico

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Hi,
I would like to do similar thing that the one you posted .
1 DSL line for input traffic
1 DSL (reverse) line for output traffic
I'm well expereinced with winroute, but our local DSL lines are so expensive here that I'd like to be sure prior to subscribe another DSL line.
Have you succeed to configure Winroute for your 2 DSL lines as you wanted to do ?
What I have previously read was about 2 PCs and 2 Winroute Confused
Thanks for your time.
Nicolas
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feite

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incomming traffic:

name: incomming
source: dsl 1
dest: firewall
service: <specify service like http>
action: allow
translation: map to internal server

outgoing traffic:

name: outgoing
source: lan, firewall
dest: dsl 2
service: <specify>
action: allow
translation: nat translate to ip address of dsl 2

The rule 'incomming' will handle all request from public services like your mail, web or ftp server. Create multiply rules like this one if you have multiple services (one for each service). Reply traffic will also use this rule (dsl 1).

Outgoing traffic will use rule 'outgoing' like browsing the web. Response traffic from visited websites will also use this rule.
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electronico

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Hello feite,
Thanks for your answer!
I just would like to know : have you personally done this 2 lines configuration ? or are you talking from 'theory' ?
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feite

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B_U_L_I

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electronico

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I don't know, as explained in earlier posts I can't offer to test.
DSL lines are too expensive here.
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sanjshah68

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hi,
we have 1 dsl line. which is connected to our server which has kwf and kerio mail server on the same mach. due to speed limit we got 2nd dsl line. we are going to connect 2 dsl line on the same server.
lan1=dsl1 for po3 and smtp traffic
lan2=dsl2 for all the other traffic.
lan3= for local lan.

pls give us your input on configuring so traffic can be routed as required.

regards

sanjay
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electronico

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If you can't read the messages in this tropic, I think we can't do anything for you Confused Shocked Sad
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delusionz

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Hi all, I've tried this with version 6.1.3 but with a pci adsl modem and a dialup modem, everything mentioned up there looks good in theory, i tried all those things and more and it would only give preference to 1 line at a time. i also thought that with separate nat rules for different port ranges and testing with bittorrent (everyone uses different incoming port numbers), all outgoing connections only went on 1 line or another.
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sanjshah68

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Laughing Laughing Laughing Razz Razz

its working

sanjay
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B_U_L_I

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??? TEL US HOW ???
electronico

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Hi sanjay,
It seems that B_U_L_I has won on the 'reply battle' Wink
So you have it working ?
Please confirm it's true and we'll spend another lot of money (US$200./month) to have to reverse ADSL line (512kbps UP / 128kbps DOWN) added to the 512k_down / 128k_up.
Nicolas

PS : I know that people in advanced (to-date) technology countries might laugh from this, but I don't laugh when I received bills from ISP (for an ADSL 512k_download/128k_upload = $200./month).

PS2 : Just for information, sanjay, might you indicate in which country (at least continent) you live ?
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