|reply to bcade |
Re: How to manage two WAN and two ROUTER connections
Dumb question, which make / model of dual wan router were you using originally bcade ?
Having the two Asus routers with different gatways and wired thru a single switch is the fastest way
to get this to work, but not necessarily the most elegant. If you can find a (dual wan) router or
managed switch with HSRP or VRRP capabilities, that'd be the right way to do it, bar none.
Was using the Draytek Vigor2950. I still use it at work. But it would not terminate client IP access at certain hours of the day or restrict client to certain LAN routes, as I wanted, plus it was slow and had terrible technical support.