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Dual Multi-WAN with m0n0wall

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I purchased the soekris net-6501-50 back in April 2013 and I’m currently running m0n0wall 1.8.1b540 on it.
Working great, No Problem.

My client is adding an additional WAN from a different ISP.
Can I configure this with 2 WAN and 2 LAN ?  The Soekris folks tell me the net-6501 is able to do this.  But I've not been able to find How To Do This in m0n0wall.

HELP!!!
Thanks
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monowall does not handle multiple wan links natively as far as i know.

on the LAN side, you can achieve NIC teaming either in the soekris box (bios-based setup) or in the underlying freebsd system

on the WAN side, IPF can do load sharing over multiple WAN links but i'm unsure this is handled in monowall, nor how a custom config would be dealt with

if you expect an all-in-one setup, you way consider switching to pfsense
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