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Marc_k

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I have an ADSL interface set up as my primary interface and a
wireless dialup connection (Iburst) as my secondary, with automatic
connection failover enabled. My problem is that when my ADSL interface goes down, Winroute dials the Iburst connection and everything works fine, but when my ADSL
connection comes back up Winroute does not detect this and stays
connected to Iburst. If I manually hang up the Iburst connection,
Winroute still does not see the ADSL connection and I am forced to
reboot the server before it will work with the ADSL connection again.

Thanks

Marc
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snorlax

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I have the same problem with 1 fixed IP ADSL connexion as primary and a dialup one as secondary.

Any improvements in the new releases ?

How does Kerio react to that ?
Do we have to open a case ?

Regards

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Correction:I think it has been corrected by one on the latest release...

[Updated on: Tue, 09 January 2007 16:50]

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Marc_k

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I have not tried using the connection failover feature again since I last had these problems. I don't think I ever got a response from Kerio on this issue.

Marc
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giampos

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Try to remove default gateway from the wireless (secondary)interface, in the lan settings, It must be present only in the connection failover tab of Winroute, but not in the OS lan settings.
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snorlax

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My secondary connection is a Dialup one (even if it alway gives a fixed IP) and I'm unable to access the default gateway parameter for it since that box is locked.
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