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Routing Problem with a Juniper SSG20

Posted on 2008-11-01
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Hi,
I got a Firewall Juniper SSG-20  with 2 dsl internet conected, the primary reason for i contract 2 dsl was for load-balancing of my office but i can not make that 1 segment of my network goes to one dsl and other segment goes to another segment.
So i'm asking for help, if anyone knows how can i do that

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by:leegclystvale
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Can't you make the default gateway for each segment go to the relevant DSL interface or do you have a proxy in between?
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by:mipadilla
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I tried to make a static route for each segment but the firewall always send me though the same WAN interface
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by:alienXeno
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check your firewall's default route
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You will need to set up Source Based Routing. Did you try that already? In WebUI, it's under Network > Routing > Source. Make sure to tick the "Source Routing" check box, and enter you segment addresses in trust-vr.
After this, you should check for correct vrouter settings:
In WebUI, Network > Routing > Virtual Routers > trust-vr, tick "Enable Source Based Routing"


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