Skynet Dual-WAN support?

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vertigo888

Occasional Visitor
Hi - Does Skynet support Dual-WAN? I have a Dual WAN setup. If it doesn't, are there plans to support it and with firewall enabled within the Merlin firmware, will the WAN thats's not covered by Skynet be protected?
 

dave14305

Part of the Furniture
It does not support Dual WAN. Is it a failover or load-balanced configuration?
 

vertigo888

Occasional Visitor
It's in a load balanced configuration but I have specific clients going down each WAN via rules.

Just to double check here - I have the firmware firewall enabled anyway. This will cover both WAN even with skynet enabled for only 1 of them?
 

JT Strickland

Senior Member
It's in a load balanced configuration but I have specific clients going down each WAN via rules.

Just to double check here - I have the firmware firewall enabled anyway. This will cover both WAN even with skynet enabled for only 1 of them?
I have Dual WAN setup due to WAN port failure, with primary WAN set to a LAN port. Router shows secondary as cable unplugged.
Skynet works for me.
 

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