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    Quote Originally Posted by n0man4ever View Post
    Is that a restriction in Untangle? Can you share any relevant document where it is mentioned.
    https://wiki.untangle.com/index.php/WAN_Balancer
    "WAN Balancer works in conjunction with multiple ISPs to distribute your traffic across multiple connections."
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    then why its working on two of the interfaces from the same ISP?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ibrar View Post
    then why its working on two of the interfaces from the same ISP?
    It's all depends on the ISP routing tables which we have no insight to. This is the issue with using the same ISP for multiple WANs. They may return the responses from one WAN to another WAN.
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    This seems like a generic statement mentioning purpose of WAN Balancer. Can you please confirm if you have experienced other customers facing issues when WAN Balancer is used from same ISP?

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    Please tell me what kind of information from routing table you need as I am unable to see how this may effect WAN Balancer.

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    TCP/IP 101 time...

    You cannot have a router connected to the same IP network twice. Untangle cannot do this, nothing I know can do this.

    If the ISP hands you two different network ranges, it should work fine.
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