I configured a gateway group for failover between two connection….
if wan1 goes down pfsense switch on wan2 ( ;D) .... but when wan1 turn on pfsense dont switch on it... ( ??? )
Can someone can help me with this trouble??
I responsed you on my post.
Wich trigger level have you choose?
I had the same problem before because I choosed "Packet loss or high latency", and when I looked, I saw that one had more latency ever than the other. I don't know if I explain it very well. I choose "packet loss" for safety. Be sure to put in firewall >> Rules >> LAN the advanced setting "GATEWAY GROUP GATEWAYS NAME" on LAN net rule.
I hope that helped you.
EDIT: And, try the connection in a router for make sure that this wan really works, I have 2 routers to test wan in this cases.
i'm going to try.....
i've this situation:
site 1 Site 2
|--------->MPLS (opt1) <-------------|
In my openvpn configuration i've indicated the remote lan for routing.....
I' must delete this or i can leave it??
(Sorry for my english)...
I'm asking a lot of similar questions - so welcome to the club!
The best answer to this question of failover from a dedicated link to a VPN connection comes from http://forum.pfsense.org/index.php/topic,53811.0.html where you add the IPSec connection as an interface.
I still haven't tried this yet but when I do I will write a post a guide.
;D … The Club!!!!
Yes i tried it..... but if i dont use "Remote subnet" in openvpn config....a dont see any route to remote site...
But... if i user "remote subnet" pfsense use always this route and dont make failover...
Is are your Internet access rules under the LAN configured under Advanced with a specification of your failover group as its gateway?