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Blason_R
Advisor

Can we achieve ISP redundancy with 1430 appliance?

Hi team,

 

Wondering since 1430 comes with only WAN interface. - Can we

  1. Create/convert LAN interface as WAN?
  2. And achieve ISP redundancy with 1430 appliances if managed through Central SMS server?
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G_W_Albrecht
Legend
Legend

Yes:

  • High availability (ISP Redundancy): Makes Internet connectivity more reliable with ISP Redundancy.
  • Load Balancing: Distributes traffic between the primary and secondary connections.

ISPs:

  •  WAN or DMZ is for most types of Internet connections. 

  • LAN. You can also use unassigned LAN ports with no VLANs for Internet connections. When you delete the internet connection, the port revers to an unassigned LAN. 

  • USB/Serial is for cellular or analog modems.

  • ADSL/VDSLPPoE, IPoE - static IP, or IPoE - dynamic IP. 

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Blason_R
Advisor

Thanks - Let me see.

So any of the unused LAN can be used for WAN connection.

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Chris_Atkinson
Employee
Employee

Please refer SMB-6359 also load-sharing mode disables SXL per sk165121
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Blason_R
Advisor

This is ok - I am not going for ISP redundancy but will go for two ISPs and not sure again if PBR can be configured? So that  traffic from say LAN-2 192.168.5.0 will be natted to WAN1 while traffic from LAN-3 172.16.24.0/24 will be natted through DMZ.

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G_W_Albrecht
Legend
Legend

Easy - look here for all details: CP_R77.20.87_1400_Appliance_CentralAdminGuide

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