With some secured websites, the user is automatically disconnected between 2 clicks on the web page.
I suppose it is because the source IP is stored in the session.
The user logs in with a login/password – the server stores the IP of the user.
The user clicks on a link, and the session is invalidated because Zeroshell sends the packets through the other gateway.
I don’t know if this problem is due to my VDSL modification (i changed them from bridged mode to NAT) or if this problem appears in Zeroshell 3.3.2 version.
Netbalancer configuration :
1x Optical Fiber with a weight of 4
2x VDSL with a weigth of 60
Input on VDSL1 route to VDSL1 for established and related
Input on VDSL2 route to VDSL2 for established and related
With this configuration (before something happens), if a user browses a website, it goes out through one of the gateways, the reply is tagged and the next query goes out through the same gateway.