Sorry I did not see the earlier posts, but you could use static routes to places such as you VoIP
provider, etc. Point out interface A, interface B have a more prefered default, and interface A the
default of last resort. It will only work for failover if you can detect a link failure. It will
only work for return traffic if you are NATed. There is much more flexibility if you can use BGP,
but very few carriers offer BGP on DSL links.
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From: "Charlie Barker" <CharlieBarker at RedlineSoftware dot co dot uk>
Date: Tue, 8 Aug 2006 10:10:24
To:<m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
Subject: [m0n0wall] No Load Balancing :(
Thanks to everyone who responded to my query about load balancing.
If that is not an option does any one have any bright ideas about how I
could utilise both the SDSL and the ADSL lines?
I would like to have a single default gateway for all hosts on our LAN, is
it possible to get m0n0 to route some traffic (our voip traffic) via the DSL
and the rest through the SDSL line?