Hi! The only difference to having different GW for each WAN is that with the same GW you need to specify a differnet monitor IP for one of the WAN interfaces. The rest of the configuration stays the same.
Choose your monitor IP carefully though, if that IP ever stops responding or has a bad connection, your pfsense will assume that your WAN interface is down. Vassilis b...@todoo.biz wrote on 09.07.2012 13:25: > Hello, > > > I have seen couple of threads about dual WAN bound to the same GW. > > I wanted to know if there was a "proper" way of dealing with this ? > And what you suggested ? > > > The idea is to set up a "Gateway Group" and be able to define various > load balancing policies… (Policy based routing) + (2 Tier 1 links) > > > Any info about the specific "manipulation" we might have to do in this > case are very welcome ! Even if It is to let me know that this is > impossible to do ! > > > Sincerely yours. > > G.B. > > –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– > ---------> Grégory Bernard Director <--------- > ---------------> www.osnet.eu <--------------- > --> Your provider of OpenSource appliances <-- > –––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––– > OSnetOSnetOSnetOSnetOSnetOSnetOSnetOSnetOSnetO > _______________________________________________ > List mailing list > List@lists.pfsense.org > http://lists.pfsense.org/mailman/listinfo/list > _______________________________________________ List mailing list List@lists.pfsense.org http://lists.pfsense.org/mailman/listinfo/list