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double wan with endian proxy

antonello facchetti
I'm working on a computer infrastructure in a school.
They have got one server for their network but they have two adsl
internet access (two routers, thus two wan).
Is it possible to set up the endian proxy server to use both wan
defining particular policies for the clients (could be link a group of
clients to a wan and another group to the other, or using a policy of
load balancing)?
If yes, where can I find some howtos?

TIA
Antonello


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Re: double wan with endian proxy

Frank Harbey Sanabria Florez
Good day,

Yes, I write you step by step

1. In Dashboard, select network tab.
2. Create a new route rule
3. In options "from" write  a host IP or network, and destiny "ANY".
4. Select the gateway or ISP.
5. Save it
6. Try

Good luck ;)





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> Date: Wed, 4 Feb 2015 17:34:12 +0100

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> Subject: [Efw-user] double wan with endian proxy
>
> I'm working on a computer infrastructure in a school.
> They have got one server for their network but they have two adsl
> internet access (two routers, thus two wan).
> Is it possible to set up the endian proxy server to use both wan
> defining particular policies for the clients (could be link a group of
> clients to a wan and another group to the other, or using a policy of
> load balancing)?
> If yes, where can I find some howtos?
>
> TIA
> Antonello
>
>
> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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> sponsored by Intel and developed in partnership with Slashdot Media, is your
> hub for all things parallel software development, from weekly thought
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