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  1. #1

    Unhappy 3 gateway loadbalencing router


    I was commanded me to configure a linux box as router which has capable of handling three wan port to provide net connection simultaneously .And Also it should act as load balancer for all 3 connection .

    in details to provided by WAN A if fails WAN B to provides by Wan B if fails WAN C to WanC only if fails WanA

    Here is the Wan details

    1. Indicom router
    static ip has gateway dns server

    2. Asianet DSL modem
    its a DHCP client and has DNS server .User authutication required for
    connecting Net

    3. Sterlite HUAWEI -MT 841 router : using PPPoE protocol
    user name ,password for connceting server .auotconnected through the router has dynamic address

    Load balace should be keep by these router ,we can able to customise it

    I don't have any experience before,.SO pls sent any sutables notes ,links
    ,software tools which to be helpful for me

    I prefered to configure these things through a Linux box .If not pls let me
    inform the suitable solution .Is there any software tools for configuring
    it in Fedora linux Box


    Liju mathew
    mail me :

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    Just Joined! pcrack's Avatar
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    Cool links

    1st you have to have 4 interfaces..eth0=NET1 eth1=NET2 eth2=NET3 and eth3=LAN. configure them as NAT...then after then you need to do IP version2 commands to do load balancing or split access.

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    Exclamation Thanks for the post

    Hi Pcrack

    I load a PC with 4 nic .I don't know much more about linux system works(NAT,IP Verstion 2) but I amquite interest in itto do with .We are using FC4 .pls Inform me the simplest procedure to do with

    Comments appreciated


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    Just Joined! pcrack's Avatar
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    May 2006

    Smile start

    for the start u can configure your router in this tutorial. in the 3 NET interfaces, eth0,eth1,eth2. then for the load balancing this

    hope this will help you

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