Some companies have an MPLS VPN lease line for connecting to the head office, and another line for accessing the Internet also. How can they use the two different connections on a single router? This article describes how to set up a Vigor Router for routing to the private network via WAN1 MPLS VPN and accessing the Internet via WAN2 at the same time.
Go to WAN >> Internet Access and configure the WAN connections according to what ISPs provide.
Go to LAN >> VLAN,
If you don't need all LAN clients to access the head office network over the MPLS connection, you can select the specific ports to LAN2 Subnet only.
Go to LAN >> General Setup, click on Details Page for LAN 2.
Set up TCP/IP details for LAN 2,
Go to Routing >> Load-Balance/ Route Policy and set up Force Routing via WAN1
5. Set up another Policy Route rule to Force any Traffic NAT via WAN2
After finishing the above configurations, PC or Server that connects to LAN Ports with IP settings as IP 192.168.2.xx/ mask 255.255.255.0/ Gateway IP 192.168.2.1 will be able to access the head office network 192.168.33.1~192.168.33.255 via WAN1, and access the Internet through WAN2 at the same time.
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