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 From:  Hilton Travis <Hilton at QuarkAV dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  Re: [m0n0wall] Multiple WAN in m0n0wall
 Date:  Fri, 05 Mar 2004 07:45:19 +1000
Hi All,

WAN failover/bonding in m0n0wall would be really nice.  Failover would
be my preference, if there's effort to be put into one area, but either
would be fine - traffic shaping rules would need to be re-written as one
connection fails/comes online, I'd think.

Just adding my support to this option.

- HiltonT

On Sun, 2004-02-29 at 02:36, Curt Shaffer wrote:
> 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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