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Splitting internet traffic

I have two internet lines and would like to split traffic between the two. One being for web/email the other being for VPN. I assign the relevant IP address to each and can configure one side to work fine. However I cannot get the other side to work.

I have set-up the routing and tested this from the command line interface, however I cannot get clients in the internal network to connect out. It appears that the translation from the inside to 3rd interface doesn't work.

Any help would be most appreciated

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Re: Splitting internet traffic

Hi Stephen,

Can you attach a config and let us know which side is working and which side is not?

Basically to connect out you would need a global/nat, static or a nat0 statement to be able able to get out. I am assuming you already have that in place for each in. However a config pointing to what is working and what is not would be helpful.

Thanks,

Obaid.

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