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vigor 2820 dual wan

I would like to setup two broadband connections on my lan using vigor 2820, I already have two broadband connections in place and connected. I set them both to always on and users complained that the internet went slower. Both broadbands are from the same ISP.

What else do I need to do ?

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I have an internal email server which I have told to use WAN1 so it matches my Dns lookup.
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thetmanvnCommented:
In WAN -> General Setup, what did you set "Load Balance Mode" for each WAN? And what about your two broadband connection bandwidth packages?
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raisedcrazyAuthor Commented:
In wan i left as it was = Auto Weight
Both broadbands are with Zen Internet,
Wan 1 is the main 10MB/900KB - unlimited
Wan 2 10MB/900kb - 50GB cap
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thetmanvnCommented:
Try mode According to Line Speed in both WAN and set Downlink and Uplink of both to 100.000 (Kbps) and 9000 (Kbps) then retry to see the speed is improve or not
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raisedcrazyAuthor Commented:
Enable: YES
Display Name: ZEN
Physical Mode: ADSL
Physical Type: AUTO
Load Balance Mode: AUTO WEIGHT
Line Speed(Kbps): GREYED OUT SET TO 0
Active Mode: ALWAYS ON

Enable: YES
Display Name: ZEN 2
Physical Mode: ETHERNET
Physical Type: AUTO
Load Balance Mode: AUTO WEIGHT
Line Speed(Kbps): GREYED OUT SET TO 0
Active Mode: ALWAYS ON
 



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raisedcrazyAuthor Commented:
have set and will see if I get any phone calls from the users, Thanks so far
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thetmanvnCommented:
You can also monitor traffic graph directly on your router or you can set it up with Smart Monitor from Draytek, but I recommend using PRTG to monitor Vigor 2820 via SNMP. You can see the example with 2910 over Internet in this tutorial (If you monitor in LAN, no need to do NAT like this, just from the add sensor step with your LAN 2820 Interface):

http://www.draytek.co.za/content/tinymce/plugins/openfile/uploads/files/app_latest_15.pdf

Hope it go right for you.
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