Netbalancer forwarding all HTTPS traffic to specific gateway

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  • #43233

    greycap
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    hello people,
    first of all i would like to thank Fulvio for the great job he did with Zeroshell

    second is my problem
    so, i got a pc with zeroshell and 5 nics acting as gateway for our network on the 4 ends are ADSL routers connecting to 4 different ISPs and the 5th is for the LAN connection…

    Netbalancer works like a charm
    but i need to add a rule to drive all https request always to the same gateway (1of the 4 WANs)
    can someone point me how this can be done?
    i tried to forward 443 port to 1 WAN but it doesnt work…
    can someone tell me step by step how to fix my problem?

    thank you all in advance 🙂

    #52128

    hvgsit
    Participant

    We have 5 connections and have setup similar.

    It’s done by going to netbalancer then balancing rules.

    Just have to set TCP dest 443 and pick your gateway.

    Here is a screenshot of our rule

    http://dl.dropbox.com/u/26399369/zs-443-balance.JPG

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    #52129

    greycap
    Member

    OK this is done 🙂 thanks

    but my actual question is something like this…(maybe i was not clear @ first place)

    now lets say PC01 makes HTTPS request… i want zeroshell to take and forward it to the best possible gateway (wan1 wan2 wan3 or wan4) and then stick with that wan till session is over…

    i dont want to have a static rule … i just need to make zeroshell choose 1 gateway and stick with it till session is over for the HTTPS requests

    hope now my question is more clear 🙂

    thanks again

    #52130

    micampo
    Member

    can not do that

    review how does https request to have more clarity

    #52131

    atheling
    Member

    @greycap wrote:

    OK this is done 🙂 thanks

    but my actual question is something like this…(maybe i was not clear @ first place)

    now lets say PC01 makes HTTPS request… i want zeroshell to take and forward it to the best possible gateway (wan1 wan2 wan3 or wan4) and then stick with that wan till session is over…

    i dont want to have a static rule … i just need to make zeroshell choose 1 gateway and stick with it till session is over for the HTTPS requests

    hope now my question is more clear 🙂

    thanks again

    @micampo wrote:

    can not do that

    review how does https request to have more clarity

    My patch to fix net balancing and quality of service does provide for “sticky connections” so that your HTTPS traffic all uses one interface for the session.

    Patch for b16 is at http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19663978/nb_qos_b16_patch.tar.gz
    Patch for b14 is at http://dl.dropbox.com/u/19663978/ZS_nb_qos_b14_b.tar.gz

    (The patch for b14 will work on b15 so there is no separate patch for that.)

    #52132

    micampo
    Member

    The patch is for use with QOS on the same router?
    Already proven to work in B16?
    What is the installation procedure? where is the link?
    I was tested in b14 and b15 but finally gave me problems and allow one router to proceed to use QOS in bridge mode

    thanks

    #52133

    atheling
    Member

    I have been using the b16 version of the patch on b16 Zeroshell.

    There are no functional changes between the latest version and the earlier one. The one change was to resolve a code change conflict with a new feature Fulvio added in b16. So if the early one gave you problems the this one will be no different. However I would like more information about the problems you’ve had to see if they can be fixed.

    Link is in the earlier post on this thread. Install instructions are in a text file inside the compressed file.

    #52134

    micampo
    Member

    I want to know if this patch applies only in the case of load balancing and QoS on the same router ZS?

    #52135

    atheling
    Member

    @micampo wrote:

    I want to know if this patch applies only in the case of load balancing and QoS on the same router ZS?

    Load balancing in stock ZS is broken. So if you want to load balance you’ll be better off with the patch.

    In stock ZS load balancing and QoS are incompatible. If you want to run both you will be better off with the patch.

    I don’t recall a specific issue with QoS on stock ZS, so I think that if you just want to do QoS over a single WAN link you should be fine without the patch.

    #52136

    micampo
    Member

    What you are indicating to me that my current server in which I have 4 WAN load balancing is to fail? and that your patch I can improve or correjir that fails?

    your patch corrects this failure ZS load balancing?

    that corrects such failures?

    thanks

    #52137

    mrgagge
    Member

    I just apply the patch and it solves my problem with https site with that I had problem of expiring sessions.
    Now I’ve to check if that patch also solve my incoming https and ssh connection problem from outside to servers inside my LAN.
    Thanks Atheling!!

    #52138

    micampo
    Member

    How many wan?

    #52139

    mrgagge
    Member

    only 2 wan

    #52140

    miccil
    Member

    hi all and thanks for this great piece of software.
    I used b16 with this patch and it works like a charm.
    I want to know if i can apply this patch for zs 2.0-rc2?
    Here I saw only b14 and b16 version.
    Is already included in 2.0-rc2?

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