> I just inherited a second dsl line and don't have a > server to connect > it too so I have it connected to a third nic that I have in > the Dell > that has the first dsl connection and the LAN. I have been > running pf > on the two nics with nat and squid in transparent proxy > mode without > any issues. My problem is that I haven't come up with a > way to really > take advantage of the new dsl to reduce traffic on the > first. I'm not > even dreaming of load balancing just sharing some of the > load. > > I had thought about trying to get squid to use the second > connection > but my feeble attempts at redirecting it haven't made > much sense nor > have they worked. Most of our traffic is outgoing rather > than > incoming, if that helps. > > I'm sure someone else must have a similar setup and are > doing better > than I. Anything is better than nothing. Basically, I > think and hope > that I am just drowning in a glass of water. > > Thanks for any suggestions. > > ed
it all well depends on how many wires you need to make your boss happy. if you feel like u can be replaced with a router maybe you should start making half-way websites rather than doing 2 way internet connections. but there is a shoe for every foot. i actually admire the creativity of the pf coders. i hope you have at least 2 gateways. please don't drown. http://www.openbsd.org/faq/pf/pools.html _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"