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    Default Possible? 2 WANS 3 Subnets same subnets

    Hi all..

    I have two T1`s and an ASA, My goal is to control traffic depending on service and distribute to the T1`s accordingly

    I have 3 subnets on different VLAN`s, the two T`s are also on two of the same subnets.

    So I have 7 NIC`s in this Vmware install of Untangle

    1)External 192.168.100.29 VLAN 1
    2)External 192.168.102.29 VLAN 2
    3)External 192.168.103.29 VLAN 3

    4)Internal 192.168.100.30 VLAN 1
    5)Internal 192.167.102.30 VLAN 2
    6)Internal 192.168.103.30 VLAN 3

    I changed the gateways on the respective networks to point to the .30`s of the Internal interfaces, turned NAT on the
    External interfaces, Internal 192.168.100.30 VLAN 1 works fine, I can get on the web and ping, the others, I can only ping there respective subnets..

    Any pointers would be appreciatted.. One last point, all interfaces are on the correct VLAN physical nics on the Vmware host.

    Thanks!

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    Master Untangler TirsoJRP's Avatar
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    That won't work. You can not have External and Internal configured using the same subnet.

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    You cant ever have a router have two interfaces on the same network. Ok... well you can but it requires dynamic routing, and Untangle doesn't have dynamic routing.
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
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    Thanks for the input!!! I am just trying to find a way to filter traffic to different T1`s .. Back the drawing board!

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    That's what bridges are for, but you'll need more than one to do it.
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
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    Ninja, could you please explain a possible procedure?

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    Master Untangler TirsoJRP's Avatar
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    Please provide a network diagram

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    Untangle bridges need a complete routing table to function, but they do still work on layer 2. So you could place an Untangle bridge where it's "spliced" into the cable that feeds a given internet connection. But that would only provide content control and filtration features, not balancing features.

    TirsoJRP's suggestion of a network diagram is a good idea too, because much of what you've asked for in the OP doesn't make much sense.
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
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