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LinsoN

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I have setup a multiple gateway. - 2 Multiple Isp

1 router/modem - Online Game ISP - 192.168.0.30
1 router/modem - Browsing / Downloading ISP - 192.168.0.31

Is there any possible solution to allow my Online game to use the GATEWAY 192.168.0.30 while I am Surfing the internet and downloading Files with 192.168.0.31

Is there any software that could route the application to use the GATEWAY 192.168.0.30 for Certain Application like WARCRAFT, while Iexplore uses 192.168.0.31 for serving


Please help.
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feite

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You can forward request from the lan to a specific interface (isp) based on the service. Use source nat and select the option 'translate to IP address of interface <select interface>'.
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LinsoN

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could u be more easy .. Very Happy im new to winroute heehehe, cant really get what u just said Very Happy
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Go to the traffic rules. You specify here what traffic is allowed or blocked. For a rule that allows outgoing traffic (from lan to internet) for a specific server (eg HTTP) you can specify a translation. If you want the traffic to go through interface WAN1 you select the option 'Translate to IP address of interface WAN1' and so on.
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ChinDangShun

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I can not test it for my Firewall Host. Sad
Is there anybody successful config to split WANs per application/services ?
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