CALLING ALL DRAYTEK EXPERTS - Load balancing question

Hi,

I have a client that has a Draytek 2830 on ADSL. It is extremely slow but there is no option to upgrade the line. They also run two Site-to-Site VPNs.

They purchased a USB dongle using 4G too try and help with the speed. I have installed this successfully and made a connection.

I would like to have the two VPN's connecting over the original connection on WAN1, but all other traffic over the USB connection on WAN3.
I think I use load balancing, but can anyone advise me how I do this?
I can provide further information if needed if you are able to help me. Just let me know what info you need and I will post up.

Cheers,
Col
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Matthew ParsonsDirectorCommented:
Hi Col,

I'm really interested to know who you are using for the 4G dongal and what data limit you have on it, i've been looking at this idea myself but couldn't find a provider that would offer a decent download limit.

In regards to your problem the following article should be able to assist you with the configuration.

http://www.draytek.co.uk/support/guides/kb-load-balancing

Many Thanks Matt

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VitalNetworkSolutionsAuthor Commented:
Hi Matt,

Sorry for the late response. Other projects took over my life!!!!
I'll have a look at the link. Thanks.

My client is using EE, not sure how what they are paying for the deal but it might be worth enquiring with EE.

Cheers,
Colin
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