Routing traffic on Multi-wan by source network
I have a Firebox with two ISP and two different networks configured.
What I want is route all the external traffic from the first LAN (ex: 192.168.1.0) to the first External interface/ISP (ex. 192.168.1.254), and the same for the second network (ex. 172.16.0.0) going out through the second External/ISP (ex. 172.16.0.254).
How can I configure it?
It's not about SD-WAN, I simply want to "split" my Firebox to use two different networks/ISP.
Thank you in advance!
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SD-WAN is the way to do this.
You create 2 SD-WAN actions -1 with external1 first & external2 second.
And the other with those reversed.
Then you need outgoing policies for each of the 2 subnets & apply the appropriate SD-WAN action.
Thank you Bruce_Briggs,
I will try!
I have a question about the Multi-WAN configuration while using this setting, should it be set on Failover or Routing Table? Or it doesn't matter?
What I want is to route all the traffic as said unless there is a problem with one WAN: in this case all the traffic should pass over the available WAN, from both the Internal subnets, so I suppose the setting is Failover.
Is it correct?
Routing Table seems like a good option here
Hi, I confirm that this setting worked like a charm!
Thank you very much