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elbala

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Load Balancing Problem
« on: December 21, 2007, 02:29:17 pm »
Hi, i try this on the Spanish list, and still no solution
i have an ebox with 1 lan [192.168.1.n alias 10.n]
and 8 wans [2 x 8mb and 6 x 4mb]

i had only one network of bot, working on the ebox, but now i migrate the corporate network. [the 1.n and 10.n networks]

the flesh users of the network always complain about cuts on the msn, skype , ftp , downloads general.

and according to the technology, the ebox need to reset some path or routes to make the Rotation of the wan links.

There is any way to config that each tcp conection on each pc  maintains open the connection until its closed by any side?

make the rotation for each conection of each pc, and not reset .

thank
Eduardo Barasch
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Re: Load Balancing Problem
« Reply #1 on: December 26, 2007, 08:07:43 pm »
try to make some rule..for each port , than routing to one gateway...
example... if yahoo mesengger use port 5050-5100 , so you must make mangle for that port than make static routing to one wan which you like..


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Re: Load Balancing Problem
« Reply #2 on: January 08, 2008, 03:22:48 pm »
Ok but if i need to make special rules for all the traffics, what is the point of using an ebox.?
my web traffics is affected by this problem also, and i need to rotate the ip address of each user after its close an page and reload others.