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chonny

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I have two WAN interfaces and one LAN, windows 2003 Small Business Server, kerio winroute 6.2.1. There is web server on this box. When defaut gateway is WAN1 my web server is not accessable vie WAN2. When WAN2 is default gateway then web server is not accessable from WAN1. Is there way to be accessable from both WAN1 and WAN2?
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Jamesnz

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Just a theory but are the two connections bridged (assuming they are different subnets)
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marrab

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chonny, you need setup default gateway on both wan interfaces.
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Kerio_ktrumbull

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marrab wrote on Tue, 27 June 2006 21:58

chonny, you need setup default gateway on both wan interfaces.

WHAT?? You can not use multiple default gateways on Windows. You technically can, but you will never know which connection will be used, and it will cause major routing issues.

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chonny

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so, is there way to achive this, Kerio_ktrumbull?
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Kerio_ktrumbull

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No, it would not be possible, but this is not because of Kerio WinRoute Firewall. All traffic must route through a single default gateway on a Windows machine.

You might want to take a look at the following section of our manual:

http://www.kerio.com/manual/kwf/en/ch23.html

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marrab

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Kerio_ktrumbull, you are not quite correct. I'm using similar configuration with two wan links. Of course i has to see to it that default gateway was need to me.
Sorry my bad english.
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chonny

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is it posible in linux environment?
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Kerio_jthomas

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> Kerio_ktrumbull, you are not quite correct. I'm using similar configuration with two wan links. Of course i has to see to it that default gateway was need to me.
Sorry my bad english.


Hi,

Using two WAN addresses, except in fail-over mode, is untested and unsupported. It may be buggy and break, or do strange things. If it fails, we can not give you any technical support.

So it really is "use at your own risk". =)

Cheers,
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