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PFSense - Dual Wan, Three LAN DHCP blocks...

Ryan Salazar
Ryan Salazar used Ask the Experts™
Please see the attached (pardon my scratch!) pdf document of what I'm looking to do. The main reason for my decision to use PFSense is because my Meraki gear maxes out on the WAN side at 250Mbps. I now have a 1GB up/down and a 100/100 secondary circuit. I know that if I use gb cards on a pfsense system, I should get awfully close to 900 Mbps. Very new to pfsense, so the more help the better. :)IMG_0001.pdf
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Netgate has some information that applies to you https://docs.netgate.com/pfsense/en/latest/routing/multi-wan.html I'd weight the 1GB to 100:1
Some more information (easier to read than netgate https://www.cyberciti.biz/faq/howto-configure-dual-wan-load-balance-failover-pfsense-router/