I have a Sonicwall NSA 3500 I'm configuring. It supports 1.5 Gbit of state-full traffic, but a single WAN port only supports 1 Gbit of traffic.
The NSA series firewalls don't support link aggregation. Could I, would I, should I configure round-robin WAN load balancing across two ports (which it does support)?
I have the ports to do it, both WAN ports would arrive at the same upstream switch which has a 10Gbit trunk to the router.
Why not right? Famous last words... so I ask...
It seems that this is not possible because the firewall complains that the two WAN ports must be on different subnets. Confirmation from anyone that I understand this correctly?