how to distribute one internet line to multiple services

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L2 Linker

how to distribute one internet line to multiple services

in my current scenario, I have 4 interfaces configured with different Public IP address and each interface linked to the different router and each interface have different services (Internet Email1, Email2, VPN)

 

 

Our Plan to get a new line from a new ISP, in these case, we got only one router and the old Routers we canceled and we will get 6 Public IP address My Question :

 

 

 

1- How I configure the 4 interfaces to one router
2- required configure subinterface
3- what is the requirement for complete this project

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L2 Linker

Re: how to distribute one internet line to multiple services

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L4 Transporter

Re: how to distribute one internet line to multiple services

Why are you using separate ports for each service?  This seems to be an extreme waste of ports.  Why not just use a single port on the PAN and create subinterfaces for each service if you are going to separate them that way?

 

ISP <---> Router <---> PAN (subinterface 1,2,3,4)

L6 Presenter

Re: how to distribute one internet line to multiple services

I have 6 ISP's with up to 62 ip's each.

 

I have used subinterfaces.

 

you add first IP to layer 3 port and in advanced, tick "untagged subinterface"

 

select the interface and at the bottom of the page you can add subinterface.

 

give it a unique number (I use the last octet of the address as a reference) and add it to it's own zone.

 

not everyones cup of tea but works for me...

 

L2 Linker

Re: how to distribute one internet line to multiple services

How i  create subinterfaces and how i can linked to zones 

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L6 Presenter

Re: how to distribute one internet line to multiple services

add one ip address to interface 1/1 and go to advanced and tick the box for "untagged subinterface"

 

then select the interface again and the option to add a subinterface is at the bottom of the page

L4 Transporter

Re: how to distribute one internet line to multiple services

I think you should read through the PAN Administrators Guide.  This is all covered in the standard documentation.

 

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L6 Presenter

Re: how to distribute one internet line to multiple services

slightly different but same result as no tagging involved

 

i had to reduce in size as i could not draw the red pointy multi pronged thing...

 

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L4 Transporter

Re: how to distribute one internet line to multiple services

That works too if you don't care about your subinterface broadcast traffic overlapping.

L2 Linker

Re: how to distribute one internet line to multiple services

after I create the subinterface, must be linked to  virtual Router IP

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