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  1. #16
    thank you, I tried it and success. Thank you so much

  2. #17
    I'm using TP-R470T+ (with 12 Mbps cable modem as wan1 and 6 Mbps ADSL+ as wan2) and I have no problem configuring certain IP to specific WAN (got the guide from http://www.tp-link.com/en/faq-530.html) . Problem is; I have VPN connection (I use hamachi; www.logmein.com) and I want my VPN to use wan2 because apparently the connection to my office (and other VPN clients) is faster because other VPN member also use the same ISP (the ADSL+ isp).

    Question: How to configure the router to separate VPN connection with other connection from the same IP ?

    Looking forward to hearing from you guys...

    Thanks.

  3. #18

    Policy Routing not working, images attached, please help

    I have 3 WANS active on my RL-R470T+

    I have set up that inbound ip's from 192.168.3.101 to 192.168.3.149, all protocols and all destinations to use WAN1 but they keep using WAN2 and WAN3 simultaneously despite wan1 being active and working. Any help appreciated. manishslg@gmail.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChunniePark View Post
    I'm also having some difficulties trying to route my WANs 192.168.0.1 . do you have any solution?
    Please refer to FAQ 530. http://www.tp-link.com/en/faq-530.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Manishslg View Post
    I have 3 WANS active on my RL-R470T+

    I have set up that inbound ip's from 192.168.3.101 to 192.168.3.149, all protocols and all destinations to use WAN1 but they keep using WAN2 and WAN3 simultaneously despite wan1 being active and working. Any help appreciated. manishslg@gmail.com
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    Image 1 here shows the routing being done for WAN1

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    Image 2 and 3 showing that despite that policy, Wan2 and WAn3 are being used by these Inbound ips
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    IP1>>WAN1

    but IP2 will still use WAN1 so you must put in two rules... IP1 WAN1 & IP2 WAN2 . (In case thats how u want it...)


 

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