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is it possible to send traffic via secondary ISP. In current architecture even if we nat using secondary ISP traffic will go via primary ISP route and interface. Is there any way to send this traffic via secondary ISP interface

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is it possible to send traffic via secondary ISP. In current architecture even if we nat using secondary ISP traffic will go via primary ISP route and interface. Is there any way to send this traffic via secondary ISP interface

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Re: is it possible to send traffic via secondary ISP. In current architecture even if we nat using secondary ISP traffic will go via primary ISP route and interface. Is there any way to send this traffic via secondary ISP interface

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The default route of the appliance will determine which path Internet-bound traffic will take.

If you're using dynamic routing on your external links, you can use that to change the default route.

If you're not using dynamic routing, then the ISP Redundancy feature will be of use.

Refer to the following documentation: How to Configure ISP Redundancy

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Re: is it possible to send traffic via secondary ISP. In current architecture even if we nat using secondary ISP traffic will go via primary ISP route and interface. Is there any way to send this traffic via secondary ISP interface

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The default route of the appliance will determine which path Internet-bound traffic will take.

If you're using dynamic routing on your external links, you can use that to change the default route.

If you're not using dynamic routing, then the ISP Redundancy feature will be of use.

Refer to the following documentation: How to Configure ISP Redundancy

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Re: is it possible to send traffic via secondary ISP. In current architecture even if we nat using secondary ISP traffic will go via primary ISP route and interface. Is there any way to send this traffic via secondary ISP interface

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Thanks for your revert

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