How to Setup Failover and Load Balancing in PFSense

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40 Responses

  1. MJ says:

    Hello ! please i have a question how i can test the 2 WANs by putting one of them up or down
    i don’t know how to test it

  2. mr.notHappyWithMySetup says:

    I did exactly as in guide, but performance is horrible. With dual WAN my overall speed is same as one WAN.
    Tested with 5 clients connected to pfsense doing various different transfers over the internet.
    Please write how to fix this.

  3. Rene says:

    Hello I did these instructions and it was successfully been worked with the process but the problem is the traffic shaper or limiter is not working properly I set up some 2 mpbs in and out but the result in speed test is now with the given speed. how should i fix this?
    thank you in advance

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