Help with Multi WAN(Failover)
Byran last edited by
Hello. I have 2 isp, but none of them can guarantee stable work. I need my connection to Overwatch game servers to be as stable as possible, but I ran into some problems. I have WAN1 and WAN2, WAN1-listed as Tier1 and through it all the traffic usually goes, monitoring ip-126.96.36.199. There are situations when the game server is not available via WAN1, but 188.8.131.52 is available, and most of the Internet works correctly, but not Battle.net and Overwatch. In such cases, I need to switch to WAN2 manually. I selected monitoring ip- Blizzard 184.108.40.206 ip address (I honestly don’t know what the address is and why it is needed, but I can’t directly specify the address of the overwatch server, since it does not respond to ping requests). I took an ip from tracing to the overwatch server. Thus, if node 220.127.116.11 is not available, then the PF considers that WAN1 is turned off. But today I have a problem (I think everything was as I describe, but I'm not sure). My monitoring address (18.104.22.168) became unavailable, and PF considered that WAN1 turned off, and transferred the connection to WAN2, I received a disconnect without a reason, and lost ~ 3 minutes.
Maybe there is a way to check several targets for accessibility at once? Or is it possible to send traffic to the Blizzard network (22.214.171.124/16) through WAN1 recursively? Microtik has this capability when it goes through WAN1, as long as the node is available through WAN1. If you are not too lazy, give a more detailed answer, because I am not very good at routing and PF.