Knowledgebase: Internet Access (WAN)
How to configure the 2830 to Failover from WAN1 to WAN2 then WAN2 to WAN3
Posted by on 15 February 2012 12:07 PM
  1. Go to WAN General Setup  then configure WAN1
     http://www.draycare.com.au/dfaq/image/Internet_Access/08/WAN_29.JPG
  2. On WAN1 Enable : Yes, Active Mode: Always On, and Backup:WAN3
     http://www.draycare.com.au/dfaq/image/Internet_Access/08/WAN_30.JPG
  3. On WAN2 Enable : Yes, Active Mode: Always On, and Backup:WAN3
     http://www.draycare.com.au/dfaq/image/Internet_Access/08/WAN_31.JPG
  4. On WAN3 Enable : Yes, Active Mode: Backup, and Backup Type :When all WAN Disconnect
     http://www.draycare.com.au/dfaq/image/Internet_Access/08/WAN_32.JPG
  5. Now go to Load Balancing then thick Index 1
     http://www.draycare.com.au/dfaq/image/Internet_Access/08/WAN_33.JPG
  6. Tick Enable, Protocol: Any, Binding WAN Interface:WAN1, Tick Auto Failover to other WAN 
     http://www.draycare.com.au/dfaq/image/Internet_Access/08/WAN_34.JPG
  7. On the System Status WAN should show that WAN1 and WAN2 is connected
     http://www.draycare.com.au/dfaq/image/Internet_Access/08/WAN_35.JPG
  8. Now go to Online Status
     http://www.draycare.com.au/dfaq/image/Internet_Access/08/WAN_36.JPG
  9. When WAN1 disconnects the connection goes to WAN2
     http://www.draycare.com.au/dfaq/image/Internet_Access/08/WAN_37.JPGhttp://www.draycare.com.au/dfaq/image/Internet_Access/08/WAN_37.JPG
  10. When WAN2 also disconnects the connection goes to WAN3
     http://www.draycare.com.au/dfaq/image/Internet_Access/08/WAN_38.JPG

 

 

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