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comment Is Shutting Down a Spot Amazon EC2 Instance Clean?
Not the answer I was hoping for but thanks. Good to know.
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comment Amazon ELB not Passing “X-Forwarded-For” to IIS
Sure enough, that did it. Thanks. I wouldn't have thought to look there.
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comment Multiple WAN interfaces on SonicWall TZ 100?
I am running SonicOS Enhanced 5.6.0.11-61o. I was able to get the X4 interface shifted over to the WAN zone. I was also able tell it to use DHCP. It doesn't want to pick up an address though. Log says, "Retransmitting DHCP DISCOVER"... but no response from DHCP server.
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comment Multiple WAN interfaces on SonicWall TZ 100?
I think I initially misread your response. So it DOES support multiple WANs? That's good news. I thought so. I'm sure there's an easy solution. I have a parallel post at SonicWall. Will let you know if I get an answer there.
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comment Multiple WAN interfaces on SonicWall TZ 100?
Thanks for the reference. The documentation you linked to says that transparent mode is for "spanning a single IP subnet across two or more interfaces." But is this what I want? I'd be dealing with multiple IP subnets, no? They might give me an IP of 55.55.55.55 for one interface and 66.66.66.66 on another.
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comment Multiple WAN interfaces on SonicWall TZ 100?
#1 and #2 have already been done. My question was about how to do #3. Your snide comment is unappreciated. Did it ever occur to you that ISPs offer multiple DHCP addresses to customers for a reason? It's a very popular add-on service. Having multiple DHCP addresses is very common for home users who want to expose multiple services that both must use the same port (e.g. 443) and don't want the added expense of a static IP. You really need to relax.