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Standard User Michael_Chare
(committed) Mon 20-Feb-12 17:13:09
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Routing internet traffic to two different connections.


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Can I get a router which would enable me to send some of my internet traffic to a satellite modem, and the rest to a DSL modem?

I would like to choose the route based on the IP of the device on my local network making the request and the destination port.

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Administrator MrSaffron
(staff) Mon 20-Feb-12 17:18:50
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Re: Routing internet traffic to two different connections.


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Nothing to stop you having two gateways on a LAN, and using manual configurations so that Internet data from one machines goes via one route, and from another machine goes another route.

If you need the machines to be able to see each other on the LAN then just need to use multiple IP addresses on the machine involved.

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Standard User mcclaw
(regular) Mon 20-Feb-12 17:42:08
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Re: Routing internet traffic to two different connections.


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Could try Vigor2850 or Billion 7800 both has dual WAN

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Standard User Sandgrounder
(knowledge is power) Mon 20-Feb-12 18:34:26
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Re: Routing internet traffic to two different connections.


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In reply to a post by MrSaffron:
If you need the machines to be able to see each other on the LAN then just need to use multiple IP addresses on the machine involved.
It does not need to be that complex. The multiple gateways can be on on one IP subnet.



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