Thank you so much for reply,
I see your reply and get back to it as soon as possible,
All my config is done trough web interface(I don’t know what are other options in configuring this)
I was using the profiles from zeroshell, to set up a test network using a vmware workstation appliances and have the same problem that I was talking about.
Here is my setup:
:(192.168.1.30)eth00 -- :(192.168.1.3)R01(192.168.50.31):
(side1)LAN1--eth02(10.10.10.31): ZS1 .BOND00(192.168.200.1) 192.168.50.0/24
:(192.168.2.30)eth01 -- :(192.168.2.3)R02(192.168.50.32):
:(192.168.50.33)R03(192.168.3.3): -- eth00(192.168.3.33):
192.168.50.0/24 BOND00(192.168.200.2). ZS2 :eth02(10.10.11.33) -- LAN2(side2)
:(192.168.50.34)R04(192.168.4.3): -- eth01(192.168.4.30):
the “–” are Ethernet connections and “:” are network interfaces
in my test env. the routers R01, R02, R03, R04 are Zeroshell installations with interfaces numbered as above and NAT enabled on the 192.168.50.0/24 network, and port forward to eth00 and eth01 respectively on both sides for VPN purpose.
I have NAT enable on ZS1 and ZS2 for eth00 and eth01 on both sides
The only static routes are 10.10.11.0/24 gw 192.168.200.2 on ZS1 and
10.10.10.0/24 gw 192.168.200.1 on ZS2.
The ZS1’s and ZS2’s netbalancer and BOND00 are configured for failover
As I described the problem is loosing packages when ping from 10.10.10.100 in LAN2 the 10.10.10.31 on ZS1
I think this is a simple setup, yet I don’t manage to get pass this problem, even after trying different configurations options
Thank you for any help in this