Currently this is my config when separating the connection via port number, not sure if this is correct but i check on the real time flow isp are both working. maybe someone that is knowledgeable that can confirm or add something on my config to work properly. Currently using EG210G-E|
The PBR can only control the outbound port of the packets based on the source/destination IP address or source/destination port you set. It cannot identify whether the data stream belongs to the gaming.|
So it can not separate gaming and streaming with 2 ISP.
GTAC-Micca replied at 2023-3-24 19:35
What I mean is that port for streaming and browsing which is 80 , 443 , 8080 ports will be rerouted to ISP 1 then maybe other port like gaming port will be on ISP 2
ISP 1 - Steaming and Browsing
ISP 2 - Gaming
unknown unknown replied at 2023-3-24 20:07
According to your configuration, you just set traffic of 80, 443, 8080 ports
will access Internet via WAN1.
Games are also divided into client side and web side, there are some web games also need to use these ports. However, some video software, may need to use more than these ports.
So the distinction between video streaming, game streaming and web streaming based on these ports may not be completely distinct.
If you just want to differentiate based on the 3 ports above, you need to add a rule at the end with all remaining traffic will access Internet via WAN0. Because this matching rules are from top to down.
GTAC-Micca replied at 2023-3-26 22:01
Is this what you mean?
Thank you for the response.
unknown unknown replied at 2023-3-27 20:23
If you want TCP remaining traffic to access the Internet via WAN0, other remaining of the traffic randomly accesses the Internet via WAN 0 or WAN 1, then your configuration is correct.
If you want all remaining traffic to access the Internet via WAN0, you should configure it as follows:
GTAC-Micca replied at 2023-3-28 12:04
Thank you for the quick response.
can you tell me also if its ok to enable the flow control or should i disable this features and focus only in the PBR?
unknown unknown replied at 2023-3-28 13:26
PBR is used to control which port the traffic flows access Internet. Flow control is used to control the rate limiting operation when the traffic flows access Internet via this port.
I have already configured my Mikrotk HexLite for a single ISP, but in the future, I want to configure it for two ISPs.|
Please be patient with me as I'm new to multiple ISPs.
In my plan,
Facebook and YouTube will be the sole focus of WAN1, and Dota 2 will be the sole focus of WAN2.
Where do I start?
Gateway for ISP 1 is 192.168.8.1
Gateway for ISP 2 is: 192.168.7.1
Are there any programmes to correctly identify the gateways without altering routing schemes, etc.? apklia.com/bus-simulator-mod-apk
Richard Meyers replied at 2023-5-7 00:11
Hi sir, this is the Community about Ruijie&Reyee products. For your question, It would be better to contact the staff or engineer from Mikrotk to get a professional answer.
GTAC-Sophia replied at 2023-5-9 14:54Is there any other way that i can filter the connection that WAN 0 will hold the Communication application (facebook/messanger), Video(tiktok,youtube),Other(HTTPS) then WAN1 will hold the Play or the remaining app?
User 35501 replied at 2023-5-31 23:03
Hi sir, the PBR can only control the outbound port of the packets based on the source/destination IP address or source/destination port you set, unfortunately it cannot based on applications.
Javier replied at 2023-6-1 00:01
do you have any suggestion you can give to maximize the full capacity of PBR?
like is there any other port that i need to consider? i wanted all streaming (facebook, youtube , videos related site) will go to wan 0 while the wan 1 is only for gaming app.
User 35501 replied at 2023-6-1 21:39
Sorry, at present, it is not supported to directly set the traffic of some applications to go to the designated wan port on the device.Only supports setting the specified wan port by PBR matching the source or destination Internet Protocol Address, but this does not accurately control
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