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  1. #1
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    Unhappy struggling with WAN balancing

    Hi today i had a 2nd WAN 80/20 installed to go along side the 80/20 i already have, they are both with the same ISP my thought was that they would bond together i have setup WAN failover i think and WAN balancing so its 50-50 yet it will still only use 1 of the 2 lines screenshot attached im not sure if im missing anything or if anyone can give any sort of advice thanks
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    Are both WAN IP addresses in the same subnet / IP space? That could be an issue.

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    both wans have different subnet's

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    /32 isn't a valid subnet for a wan. it should be at least /30.
    Not saying thats your issue though.

    but I'd go back to your top post. What isn't working as expected?
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    I will give it a try that was just default so left it default thats all,
    I thought it would bond the 2 so the 2 80/20 connections became 160/40 if im wrong then sorry.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anto92111 View Post
    I thought it would bond the 2 so the 2 80/20 connections became 160/40 if im wrong then sorry.
    wan balancer spreads the traffic across both connections, so in aggregate you have the effect of 160/40. However each individual session will use one connection or the other, not both, so you'll never measure more than 80/20 on a single connection. A truly bonded connection requires support from the ISP at both ends, and probably a high price tag.
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