2 WAN & UC 520

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Jun 9th, 2009
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Hello, when I have buy UC 520 I have asked team of cisco if it's possible connect directly 2 WAN and answer it's yes.

But now I have product and I see don't have 2 WAN.


I have searched Router with 2 WAN I see Linksys RV042 & RV082. which it's better ? and do you have other model ?


I want use load-balancing by port:


Port 80 ADSL

Port 21 VDSL

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Brandon Svec Tue, 06/09/2009 - 18:42
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Based on the ports you mentioned I assume you have a web server and ftp server?  Why not just assign DNS records like:


www.domain.com to ADSL IP address

ftp.domain.com to VDSL IP address


If you are talking about load balancing outbound traffic this way, then I don't know how you could do that..


Like you mentioned, you can also put a load balancing device in front of the UC520, but you will need to research the capabilities to make sure it does what you need.

SolutionsConcept Tue, 06/09/2009 - 21:41
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I have problem with my IPS and for have more speed I receive Files by ADSL (but I'm limited send 2GB/month) and send by VDSL (but I limited receive 2GB). Now I used 2 modem and with Script I managed that. Now I have UC520 and I want connect 2 modem directly and add PPoE with rules... But UC520 don't have many rules for change value in PPoE protocols and support this system. and can't accept 2 PPoE in same WAN port. If I connect router directly UC520 don't have option for you give 2 IP and make load-balancing or bonding.


Now after 2 week search I see it's not possible. I will want buy Router support FireWall of Cisco and add 2 modem ADSL + VDSL -> Router with 128MB mapping. -> WAN UC520

Marcos Hernandez Thu, 06/11/2009 - 04:49
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Yes, telnet or SSH to 192.168.10.1. Login using your credentials (defaults are cisco/cisco), and enter configuration mode to input commands by typing "configure terminal". Once done, exit config mode ("exit") and after you are satisfied with a good and tested config, do a "write mem".


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