Failover doesn't fail-back… how to fix?
burnsl last edited by
I have two ISP's,
WAN1 - FAST 160Gbit - no data cap - buggy
WAN2 - SLOW 6Mbit - 150gb data cap - solid
I have failover set right, but once I have teh fast WAN1 back, the states don't drop on the slower capped link.
(I just got hammered for the first time EVER by going over the cap because I didn't notice this "sticky connection" issue.)
Anyway I'm SURE this have been discussed, but i cannot locate a solution for force a fail-back.
I have checked the "kill states" option in advanced setup too.
What is the preferred solution?
arcanos last edited by
Same problem here with 2.2.4.
Nobody has this problem? Any ideas to solve it?
I also have the same problem with my setup:
WAN1 - 1 Gbps PPPOE, GW group Tier1
WAN2 - 150Mbps, ISP router, private network, Tier 2
Trigger: Packet loss.
It switched to backup instantly (WAN2) but it never falls back to WAN1 (main).
Any inputs please from more experienced members? Thanks.
Update: I read somewhere on the forum that a broken install might be the problem.
I reinstalled from scratch and it working, a simple failover only. I anyone interested, I will add the full setup later
Bug #5090 submitted, feel free to add comments
jmonline last edited by
I am pretty sure this is exactly related to my issue and my most recent detailed post here:
a1r3wallflasher last edited by
I think getting the latest patch (version 2.3.2 p1)and setting the the default gateway on system>routing >gateway group..edit it and set it to default will solve the problem ..am not sure somehow it worked for me !! :o ;D ;)
Zak383 last edited by
I'm also facing the same problem, Both gateways are online under Status tab, when wan goes down, it does not switch to wan2 which is in tier 2 trigger level Member down, please let me know the solution if have fixed this kind of issue..
ipator last edited by
try: System -> Advanced -> Miscellaneous : [v] Enable default gateway switching - check on
works for me
built on Wed Nov 04 15:50:18 CST 2015