Local VLAN Natting Question
So we have two internet carriers with BGP. We have a WG HA Cluster which is handling our BGP.
We recently consolidated our networking by removing our internal router (which was behind the WG) and we created a new VLAN in the WG and turned on DHCP so now the WG is handling our internal LAN for all of our computers and so forth.
The issue we ran into was that because BGP is in Routing Table mode, every so often the computers would freeze and reconnect to the internet (presumably because the IP was changing).
So what we ended up doing was applying SD-WAN policies so that traffic is going out one carrier with gradual failback if needed.
Is this the way this is supposed to work? It seems we are limiting ourselves here. What if we wanted to try and balance the load between the two carriers on this internal LAN? With our previous setup, we had a router which was natting of course so this was not an issue as the IP of the router was one of our Class C's.