dual wan + client selection + vpn director

Darkje

Regular Contributor
Pff so it is getting nowhere... I just don't get it. Then I thought ok let's make it a AP and then install openvpn on it. With a decent load balancer Infront.

But sure then there is no OpenVpn to select.....
 

Darkje

Regular Contributor
I use Dual WAN in failover mode and not load balancing however the way my script works for creating VPN Routes is by adding ip routes via dev of the tunnel adapter.
So you pay for a second line that is idleing.

I want to use it. That's why I bought the asus.
 

Ranger802004

Regular Contributor
I work from home as a Federal contractor so I need some redundancy for connectivity. My Primary WAN is 1Gbps/1Gbps whereas my Secondary WAN is 100Mbps/5Mbps. I only pay $20/mo for the second so it is cheap insurance so I don’t have a lot of desire to use both in load balancing, even aggregated a single session is only going to use at most the bandwidth of one of your links.
 

Darkje

Regular Contributor
Yeah well I will get a choice for 100/100 - 400/400 or 1gb-1gb

Now I need to settle with 2x 150/15
 

Darkje

Regular Contributor
I ended up where I begon, I installed tomato on a r7000 and made it a load balancer. Infront of the asus. All works, but what a crappy expensive dualwan router is this Asus. It's awesome for single wan. But don't advertise dualwan because it simply don't work.
 

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