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Old 5th December 2011
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Default PF Dual WAN Fail Over Issue (one box)

Hello,

Just as a fair warning, I am an OpenBSD noobie. If your still reading this, thank you

We have two internet connections at our location and one OpenBSD box with PF installed. We want it to replace our current firewall but this issue I am seeing is that if I try to simulate one of the connections going down the internet stops working. I have my PF setup already setup to do round robin for the two connections and it works great when they are both connected.

My assumption going into this is that it would simply draw on the one connection for the internet traffic until the connection comes back up but this doesn't seem to be the case.

What would I need to do to have it fail over to the working connection?

Thanks!
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