WAN1 - Internet WAN2 - Wireless
unexpectedreboot last edited by
I believe I can accomplish this with the right rules, but rather than stumbling around with it I'd like to be pointed in the right direction.
Here's what I'd like to accomplish:
WAN 1 - Static IP Internet Conneciton which handles all Internet traffic
WAN2 - Static IP fed from a wireless antenna - needs to handle all traffic to 192.168.1.X about three miles away is another antenna which feeds into the 192.168.1.X network (all of this is setup and working well).
LAN - Addressed at 192.168.2.X
Do I just setup a rule to run all traffic for 192.168.1.X over the wan2 gateway?
What would the best approach be?
Thanks for your help!
edmund last edited by
I'm not sure that you've described the setup completely but I think the answer is probably yes - generally with these sorts of questions the best thing to do it sketch out the data flow on paper and then the answers are usually quite simple. I use simple firewall rules to force specific machines to use specific gateways quite a often and rarely have problems.
marvosa last edited by
At a high level, you would configure policy based routing to route traffic sourced from 192.168.1.x out WAN 2's gateway.