Sticky Connection Doesn't Work



  • Hello,

    I tried to use load balancing over multiple WAN. It is working but the only problem I have is with the sticky connection. I have enabled the sticky connection and it looks like it doesn’t work properly. I am attempting to login to the sonicwall or fortigate on my client remotely and keep getting kicked out due to different WAN IP tried to login to the remote router. I know it should be fixed by enabling sticky connection but in my case it still doesn’t work. Please help.

    Thank you so much



  • Anyone?

    This pretty much defeat the purpose of load balancing if the sticky connection is not working properly



  • I haven't tried the feature in years, but it was problematic in the past. If I need to load-balance these days, I just add a rule to send https to a failover group and LB the rest of the traffic.



  • @dotdash:

    I haven't tried the feature in years, but it was problematic in the past. If I need to load-balance these days, I just add a rule to send https to a failover group and LB the rest of the traffic.

    Can't do that. I have a lot of HTTPS over custom port such as 8888, 8890 and many many more on remote client access. it would be impractical to put all the ports over fail over rule

    Thank you


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