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  • #42703

    kenehresman
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    Ok, here is what I have, any help is appreciated…

    we have 2 static DSL circuits, and 2 branch offices. I want to bond these together for VPN and load balance for outbound and proxy… can someoen provide guidence on this. I have browsed through it but it isn’t clicking for me…

    I have a sell server it is running on with 2 on board nic ports, and I added another dual gig card for a total of 4 ports…

    thanks!

    #51254

    ppalias
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    Hello,
    you need to be more specific on what is not working with your configuration. The tutorials that you need are:
    http://www.zeroshell.net/eng/load-balancing-failover/
    http://www.zeroshell.net/eng/proxy-antivirus/
    http://www.linuxplanet.com/linuxplanet/tutorials/6799/1/

    #51255

    kenehresman
    Member

    I don’t really know where to start. I have a Symantec dual wan router now with 2 Static IP DSL circuits and 2 remote vpn site to site tunnels.

    so I want to replace the symantec router…. here are my questions:

    1 have 4 NIC ports… my internal subnet is 192.168.0.x My existing router is 192.168.0.1 but I want to change this to the default router/firewall….

    do I setup the WAN addresses on 2 of the ports for the DSL circuits ? I changed the internal 192.168.0.75 to .254 since .75 is in my dynamic pool. I also have a domain and have DNS running for that purpose on other servers… I really don’t have time to dink with this trying to figure it out and need a jump start. If someone can devote an hour to helping me jump start this config today, I will gladly paypal $100 USD to your acccount…

    my email is ken@atrecycle.com

    thx

    #51256

    kenehresman
    Member

    to $150 for someone to setup and get going for me.. see thread… any takers?

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