We had the 2 ADSL lines bonded but now this service have been removed and we have two idependant ISP logins. We are using one ADSL with NAT and with publish internal servers with PAT. We want to dedicate the second line to terminal services access but I'm having trouble getting it to work. The issue seems to revolve around the deafult route on the 2811. I don't need load-balancing and I know I can achieve what I want with two seperate routers but we don't really want another box!
What I really need is for any traffic that originates on an interface (say dialer2) to be returned on that interface and to ignore the default route. The default route is dialer1 and we have no other static routes set as this is router is only used for internet access. No routing protocols are in use.
Thanks for your attention - any offers of help greatly appreciated...
Thank you Thot for your input and I will explore this avenue in our lab. However, the main issue I need to overcome is when clients try to connect from the internet via dialer2 they can't because the router's default route is dialer1. If I change the default route to dialer2 then it works okay but then any incomming requests (WAN) on dialer1 don't work. Is this something PBR can solve considering these are connections initiated from outside?
I think that the terminal server is using one ip address of the Lan subnet. If you want to dedicate the server and the dialer2 interface then you have to put the lan and dialer2 interfaces in the VRF you want.what is going on now? In the VRF routing table you will only see lan network and dialer2 network. Dialer1 will not be used any more.
Hi everyone, I would like to thank you in advance for any help you can provide a newcomer like myself!
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