The problem is that I will have inbound traffic on both lines, so I will need to do static mappings for both.
Will the mappings work properly so that if traffic comes into a server on ISP 1, the reply will go back out the same like? Or will I need to set it up so that things are limited to one connection or the other?
That is what I thought, but it isn't working quite right. Currently, my DNS entries point the my DSL, which will be the secondary connection. If I enable the cable/primary connection, I do not receive incoming email. As soon as I shutdown the primary connection, email begins arriving again.
I am attaching the relevant part of my config (only stripped out the vpn parts) with the public IPs changed. Any suggestions or help would be greatly appreciated.
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