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exchange 2007, dual wan draytek 2925n router with 2 ISPs [closed]

Purchased a Vigor Draytek 2925n dual wan router. Domain is hosted by dreamhost.com and the single mx record points to exchange.mydomain.com Internet is provided by my managed office building: they ...
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SSL VPN on Fortigate 100D Dual ISP

I have a Fortigate 100D and have been using it with a single internet connection for some time without issue and have also been using SSL VPN to connect into the network. The SSL VPN uses 2 factor ...
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Fortigate 100d 802.3ad bonding / Link aggregation

My network is as follows: 1 x Fortigate 100d with the two WAN ports connected to: Ethernet ISP with STATIC IP configured manually (20 Mbps symmetric) via ISP A Ethernet ISP with STATIC IP ...
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SonicWALL HA w/ Dual WAN HSRP from two redundant switches

We're adding two SonicWALL NSA 2600 firewalls to our current setup. We currently get two WAN connections from two separate Cisco routers running on the same external subnet with what I believe is ...
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Routing from mikrotik two IP addresses to same gateway

I have 2 static addreses (a.b.c.72/24 and a.b.c.128/24) on gateway1 and gateway2 interfaces. ISP have one gateway a.b.c.1 . I can use a.b.c.72 only on gateway1, a.b.c.128 only on gateway2. How to ...
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Cisco dual static default routes to WAN

I am trying to setup Dual WAN in our office because our single VDSL modem couldnt handle our web traffic any longer. So we now have two VDSL modems (Sagecom FAST2864) they cant go into bridge mode ...
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Need a working example of Dual WAN setup

I am not a network specialist by trade, and I learn largely by trial and error after working here for 2 years. What I am trying to do now is set up the link between X and Z, figuring out the values in ...
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where can we get information on multi-wan routers [closed]

At the moment we are looking for a 10/100 dual (or multi)-wan router with VPN capability that would load-balance VPN traffic and would provide redundancy if one line were to fail temporarily. It would ...
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Two separate WAN uplinks for two different NAT networks

I have a server running ubuntu 10.04 with four interfaces. eth0 and eth1 have static WAN ip's, and eth2 and eth3 are connected to two separate NAT networks 192.168.0.0/24 and 192.168.1.0/24 ...
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OptiQroute does not favor weighted WAN connection

I have an interesting problem: Our load balancer (a FiberLogic OptiQroute 2140) seems to consistently favor one WAN connection over another (and not one I want it to). We have two WAN connections ...
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Site-to-site VPN with multiple WAN links

I want to set up a site-to-site VPN using multiple ISPs and WAN links, such that all traffic to/from site A goes via site B, and the implementation details are completely transparent to the LAN at ...
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How to setup dual-wan trunking but keep one as main… (Weighted round robin, Least load first, spillover)

I'm working on setting up a zywall USG-100 firewall. I can get everything to work but now I'm trying to get the 2 wans to work correctly. They both work individually but I'm having trouble with the ...
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Dual-WAN router

I am looking for a router that would fit the following requirements: Two WAN interfaces: the primary is PPPoE, the secondary will link to a GigE port on another router (a 100Mbps link will suffice); ...
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Using twin WAN Router with one Static IP and one Dynamic IP Internet connection

I have a high speed Internet connection with dynamic IP that we use in our office. We have some services like, svn, that we want our clients to access. So we checked with our ISP to provide static IP ...
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Edimax Dual WAN: how to sent trafic to a specific destination IP over a specific WAN interface?

I have a Edimax BR-6624 Dual WAN router in my office. I've enabled load balancing to utilize both internet lines. I want the router to use only one (specific) WAN interface when I connect to a ...
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Automatic WAN failover

My workplace has two WAN links, one of which we use as a backup. Both links terminate as Cat5. Unfortunately, we've had bad luck with "dual-WAN" routers, so our current failover plan is to unplug our ...
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Dual Ethernet controller Ubuntu

I just got a server and it has dual ethernet ports. Is the purpose of that to have one inbound and one outbound? I've done some quick googling and didn't see any straight up configurations for it. ...
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Best way to split LAN computers on two WANs (not load balancing)

What is the best way to split the computers of a LAN (about 50 computers) to go on two WANs, depending on the computers' IP address or computers' configuration (gateway). I'm not looking for ...
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Switch smarthosts in Exchange when using dual WAN

I'd like to know if it's possible to setup Exchange 2003/2007 to switch between smarthosts, based on the WAN connection currently in use. Example scenario: I have two WAN connections with different ...
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ISP Load Balancing with ISA 2006

I understand that ISA 2006 has an integrated Network Load Balancing feature. We also recently acquired a second internet line through a second service provider. I know it is possible to purchase a ...
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Best router to combine two home-office DSL connections? [closed]

I'm based in London (if it matters). I've been a long-time BT Broadband user, and have scaled up to their highest home/office package, but it's still too slow especially in the evenings. So I have ...
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Dual WAN Router w/Failover for < 50 IP Network Recommendation

Looking for a good dual WAN (for failover, don't care about load balancing) router for a small network (<50 devices). I don't want anything home-grown - has to be commercially supported hardware. ...