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itanveer



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PostPosted: Wed Feb 07, 2018 3:18 pm    Post subject: BONDing multiple internet connections Reply with quote

Dear Zeroshell community,

The article written by Fulvio available at http://www.zeroshell.org/load-balancing-failover/#vpn-bonding seems simple but practically it is not working at least in my setup.

A little about my setup.

1. I have 2 ISP connections, 7MB each.... I call it here A & B connection
2. My Net Balancer is perfectly working, no issues

What I understand to make a BOND connection, I need to create VPN connection on each Gateway, I am trying to achieve this but so far without luck.

Trying to make a LAN-to-LAN VPN connection with following:

Status of my VPN first screen is ACTIVE

LAN-to-LAN (OpenVPN),

Remote Host: connection B WAN IP, port: 1195, TCP, Role: Client,
Compression: Enable, Encryption: Enable,
Authentication: X.509, Remote CN: connection B WAN IP,
Gateway: Connection A

after saving it, it never made the VPN connection..... Can you help me where I am doing wrong.

If anybody has step by step guide with pictures for LAN-to-LAN VPN connection and afterward making a BOND connection, please share.

Regards

Ilyas
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