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static routing for http(s) traffic

Hi

I have the following setup:

LAN1 with DHCP server 10.20.30.253 & Internet server as gateway for LAN with IP 10.20.30.254. Both are on the same subnet.

I have a remote site LAN2 which is getting DHCP from LAN1. That is working fine. However I need to route all http & https traffic from LAN2 to LAN1's .254 server.

Currently my router at LAN2 has gateway of last resort 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 LAN1

How can I make this router at LAN2 route all http & https only traffic route back to the http server (.254)?

TIA

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Re: static routing for http(s) traffic

That is called PBR, if you search in the scrollbox you can get to the configuration guide or examples.

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Re: static routing for http(s) traffic

Hi

I am not sure if PBR will work as the WAN is on a /30 IP Range?

Another thought, can I build IP-IP tunnels between the sites and route these tunnels to the main site?

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