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    Master Untangler Kyawa's Avatar
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    Interesting topic. Would the solution be a additional modems?

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    Ok, "mea culpa"
    when i have enabled another wan i haven't checked nat option
    Know it's working fine, and with multiple wan, same ISP

    Thanks all

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    same ISP is fine, you just can't have an invalid routing table by having the same subnet in two locations. Thats not how routing / IP works.
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    Think of it as a pipe from the ISP, if the pipe is three units diameter and you split it into three pipes with the same diameters, how do you know the capacity of any one pipe? Even if you have three modems from the ISP, they collect in one concentrator, thus one pipe.

    It's not a software problem, it's a network design issue.
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    Well, it works for me correctly with 3 lines of adsl from the same ISP.

    Another question now that works, I have to buy the Wan Balancer APP. Is it paid per device, I understand that it refers to a physical machine connected to the network?

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    A device is an IP address.
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