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Here's the config:
KWF6 on the border PC, LAN + WAN NICs, WAN NIC has several IPs assigned to it, say: 10.0.0.1 and 10.0.0.2

The traffic routed through .1 is fast, but expensive, on the contrary .2 is shaped slow and cheap.

I need to split traffic according to its type: .zip, .rar, .mp3 and stuff like that + specific protocol types have to flow through .2, and the rest should pass through .1

Can KWF handle this?
Any other suggestions? Smile

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Based on the service (port number) routing can be done (using source nat). Routing can not be done based on content.
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