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Re: How to use two WAN connections at once?
On Thu, 15 Nov 2012 13:03:42 -0500 (EST)
John Jaser <john%jaser.net@localhost> wrote:
> "link balancing" sometimes referred as "poor man's BGP4" for outbound
> internet is in principle simple: you NAT your private IP#s into two
> or more public IPs, and either policy route or weight the routes.
I know how to use ipnat with simple round-robin load balancing, but it
would already help me a lot if I knew how I can weight the two routes.
> It gets trickier when you add in the other ingredients: health-checking
> the ISP links and connection stickiness;
Health-checking would be very useful too, as the next step.
> for example a home-banking
> web app that suddenly sees your source IP change.
When there is no easy solution for it, I would solve this problem by
routing all accesses to a home-banking IP over the same WAN port.
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