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 From:  "Curt Shaffer" <curt at chilitech dot net>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Multiple WAN in m0n0wall
 Date:  Sat, 28 Feb 2004 11:36:07 -0500 (EST)
I find myself in need of this also. I am an admin for an ISP who provides
wireless INTERNET to Residential and Businesses. In some cases ( such as
banks)they want a fail over solution. We have been doing this with great
outcome with Linux and would like to implement m0n0wall because of the
small boxes we can deploy. The major problem is that our wireless radios
are bridges and only support 1 mac address so we need to make this
solution an bridge also in one direction without caring about the bridging
when it falls over to the alternate network. I really have not had much
time to look into how to do this with m0n0wall but would really love this
option. I watch this list intently waiting for a solution. I would love to
offer what knowledge I have in getting this accomplished such as providing
scripts that we already have written in Perl for our Linux solution or
help in developing a new one (though my php is not up to par but I can
fumble through with the huge similarity with Perl). Thanks all. Hope to
hear from anyone soon to get this moving!

Curt Shaffer
Network / Wireless Specialist
Chilitech Internet Solutions
> Hi, I'm badly needing second WAN in my m0n0. I've two DSL connections that
> I
> would like to use in my network. I'm so desperated that I would like to
> help
> in work with this feature. I don't want to reinvent a wheel, maybe someone
> is working on it already? If not, then maybe some advices for me how to do
> that? Anyone wanting to help me with that?
>
> Anyone else is looking forward to see multiple WAN in m0n0?
>
> I don't realy want to come back to my old linux router, I love m0n0 and
> want
> to stick with it :)
>
> Regards
>
> Radek Krupa aka AeoN
>
>
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