I am new to Endian, just setup my first box (2.0) and love it. I have been
and still will for certian applications use m0n0wall.
Anyway I have a friend who is interested in Endian and needs Dual WAN (Red)
support. The roadmap says it is implimented but no interface has been
built. I have searched the mailing list and website for some clues on
manually configuring this. Other than the roadmap saying it is there I am
empty handed. Will someone please point me in a direction for documentation
1) First you will need to access the console via ssh.
2)Then cp /var/efw/uplinks/main /var/efw/uplinks/link2
3)Modify the /var/efw/uplinks/link2/settings file in vi to reflect the other
ISP connection. Make sure to change the RTABLE=200 to RTABLE=201.
"This value is used as name of the link specific routing table, as priority
within routing rule table (ip rule) and as mark in the iptables mangle table
(iptables -t mangle -vnL)" - Peter Endian
Some people have reported issues with portforwarding.
"if you use portforwarding, keep in mind that if you have multiple uplinks
you have different uplink ip addresses" - Peter Endian
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Swapnil Jain wrote:
> can i have Multiple RED Interface to work in a loadbalancing and failover
> Swapnil Jain
I don't think it's built in. I know it's not what you were looking for,
but here's a link of a guy that built a library to do what you're
asking. He wanted to strap multiple connections together to get the