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Should I use a static route for mail on router with multiple-WAN interfaces?
I'm appealing to the wise to confirm what I am guessing to be true. I have a firewall with 2 active WAN interfaces, call them WAN1 and WAN2. MX records point from outside to WAN1. The first time I ...
Mar 25 '11 at 22:50
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