Multi-wan? is this solution even posible?



  • Hello, i dont know how to explain this in text so i draw you a picture  ::)
    Is this posible, or do i have to buy a 3rd nic?

    Send all 80/443 data through ->192.168.1.3
    Send all other data through -> 192.168.1.2

    me:



  • Yes and no. Having multiple routers on the same subnet like that creates a lot of routing complications. Better to put each on its own subnet, then you can do what you're looking to do without any complications.



  • @cmb:

    Yes and no. Having multiple routers on the same subnet like that creates a lot of routing complications. Better to put each on its own subnet, then you can do what you're looking to do without any complications.

    Thanks alot for your response! :)

    I only have 2 NIC's, what seting do i use for the 3rd one? do i use bridge for that one to?

    1 nic(bridge) 192.168.0.1 = router wan1
    2 nic(bridge) 192.168.1.1 = router wan2
    3 nic(??) 192.168.2.1 = VMware pfsense


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