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Hi,

I'm getting my second WAN line installed this week and need to integrate it into my current setup on my PA-200.

Ideally, I'd like the PA-200 to load balance between the two WAN interfaces so my initial thought is to add the new WAN interface into the current virtual router. Not having tried this on a PA box before, I'm wondering if there is a best practice guide to achieve this. Does anyone know of a good source of information to achieve this or have any experience in doing it themselves?

Thanks,

Stuart

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Hello Stuart,

Please refer the following document and let us know if it helped:

How to Configure ISP Redundancy and Load Balancing

Regards,

Kunal Adak

Thanks Kunal,

I'll work with that as it gives me a better idea. With that I could pass all my VoIP traffic down one ISP and keep the other for general Internet stuff. I'm assuming I could single hosts a couple of hosts and do all my public IP natting through one of the ISPs?

Thanks,

Stuart

Yes Stuart. That sounds like a good plan. On one ISP, you can NAT the inside traffic going out to the Internet and I believe on the other one, your VOIP traffic stays internal.

Regards,

Kunal Adak.

Works like a charm. Thanks!

Stuart

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