Hello I've 3 external network interfaces, 2 of them are configured with ISP Redundancy, however I wish to route certain network objects to the third external network that is not in use, how I can do it? thanks!
This can be easily achieved via Policy Based Routing (PBR) in your Gaia WebUI. (sk100500)
Hello thanks for the reply, However I tried to configure it on my firewall and after several hours I cant make it works, I'm posting an image of what I want to archive, hope someone can helps. thanks a lot.
Policy-based Routing is not compatible with ISP Redundancy.
This is a limitation listed here: Policy-Based Routing (PBR) on Gaia OS
So instead of using ISP Redundancy Luis Vieyra might want to consider switching his firewall setup to:
- a primary and a secondary ISP default gateway, based on priorities
- setup BGP/OSPF routing for his eth1 and eth2 links, if his ISP's support it
- upgrade his single firewall to a stacked one, where the internal firewall (FW) does the pbr and the external firewall (GW) does the isp redundancy
Dameon Welch-Abernathy do we have any other alternate method to coexist ISP redundancy and routing specific source traffic through specific ISP. System in use -CP 5600, OS- R77.30
Other than what Danny Jung mentioned above, not that I'm aware of.
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