Multi-egress traffic distribution is applicable to a network with two or more operator lines. It controls data from different users to pass through specified external network lines, thereby implementing distribution of Internet access traffic.
1. The ISP1 line is connected to the WAN0 port (WAN): the static IP address is 172.26.5.185/22, and the external network gateway is 172.26.4.1;
2. The ISP2 line is connected to the WAN1 port (WAN1): the static IP address is 192.168.34.56/24, and the external network gateway is 192.168.34.1.
3. The IP address of the Internal server is 192.168.1.200, and the gateway is 192.168.1.1
4. The EG has 2 external ISP lines, which have been configured to access the Internet normally. The requirement is to realize that the internal network server 192.168.1.200 access the Internet through the ISP1 line.
1. Configure Internet access for two external ISP lines:Select Basics >WAN, Go to WAN configuration. Select Dual-Line, configure the IP address, subnet mask, extranet gateway, and DNS for each line, and click Save.
2. Configure PBR: Select Advanced>Routing >PBR, click Add to configure PBR parameters.
Rule Name: Set a rule name up to 28 characters long.
Protocol Type: Select or customize a protocol.
Protocol Number: Set a protocol number for the custom protocol.
Src Port Range: Set a source port range.
Dest Port Range: Set a destination port range.
Src IP/IP Range: Set a source IP address or range. Default: all IP addresses.
Dest IP/IP Range: Set a destination IP address or range. Default: all IP addresses.
Outbound Interface: Select an interface which PPTP packets are routed over.
Status: Enable or disable a policy.
Match Order: The packet flow will be matched with the rule from up to down until there is a successful match. You can move a rule up or down.
On the server 192.168.1.200 tracert external network address to test whether the route trace is correct
Route Priority: PBR > Static Routing > ISP Routing.
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