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quaired is currently offline  quaired
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Registered: January 2011

I have configured 3 ISP THIS WAY:

ISP 1 - NAT used for surfing

what i would like to do is how would i setup

ISP 2&3 would be on fail-over mode, meaning isp2 would mainly do the gaming connections and if it fails isp3 would kick in.

but the problem is if i setup kerio control in fail over mode, it means that if isp2 fails, isp1 or isp2 would be the one to take over the connection.

Is there a way we could specify which connection who can take over in three isp's?
Re: I have 3 Internet ISP's anyone can help me configure? [message #153418 is a reply to message #131472] Mon, 26 December 2022 19:23 Go to previous message
sulinelanie is currently offline  sulinelanie
Messages: 3
Registered: December 2022

You should follow these steps:

1. Consult your ISP. Every ISP has different setup instructions and requirements, so it's best to contact them directly to get the information you need.

2. Configure your router. Depending on the type of router you have, you will need to follow the manufacturer's instructions for setting up multiple ISP connections.

3. Set up static routes. Once your router is configured to accept connections from multiple ISPs, you will need to set up static routes in order to determine which traffic should go through which ISP.

4. Test your connection. Once all the configurations are complete, you should test your connection to make sure everything is working properly.

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