I'm not sure that table/comparison answers the question entirely.
 
I have not upgraded to the latest version (2.3), but in my experience, the community ed was able to handle multiple WAN links, and could use them to failover traffic, but load balancing was not available.  I think they feature that in their h/w appliances and maybe use it as a differentiator.
 
I would love to hear more details if this has changed.
 
-AJ
 
----- Original Message -----
From: Alexsander Loula
To: efw-user@lists.sourceforge.net
Sent: Tuesday, April 21, 2009 11:56 AM
Subject: Re: [Efw-user] [endian 2.3 rc3 comunity edition] Searched a lot butstill many doubts..how do I implement a load balancingbetween 2 wan interfaces?

Hi Massimiliano,

As far where I know the Endian Firewall does not support load balancing. Please take a look on this comparison table:

http://www.endian.com/en/community/comparison/

Tks,
Alex

2009/4/21 Massimiliano Fontana <fontamax@gmail.com>
Hi All. My first post here.
I've got 2 DSL line each with a static IP address. I don't care about
failover feature but I'm instead looking for a good guide about a load
balancing implementation.
I've installed Endian just yesterday...still a lot to learn ;-)
Would someone be so kind to point me to the right direction ? ;-)
Many thanks in advance and best regards
Max
Italy


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