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I have two internet connections (1 Fiber 20 and 1 Bonded T-1 {7.5Mbps}). I want to combine them thru a multi-wan WatchGuard firewall.

The Bonded T-1 is used for VoIP, Email, and Internet Surfing.

What I am trying to accomplish is all web surfing to go thru the Fiber and everything incoming go thru the T-1.

Does anyone know if this is possible. How would I go about it?
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This is possible, you need to use policy based routing.
this is only available with a Fireware XTM pro licence
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