2 or more routers on one site

2 or more routers on one site

2 or more routers on one site
2 or more routers on one site
2024-01-02 20:33:21 - last edited 2024-01-03 03:10:08
Model: ER605 (TL-R605)  
Hardware Version: V2
Firmware Version: 2.2.3

Team,

 

I have a customer who needs up to 6 routers on a (DC-)site.

Each of these routers will have their own public IP (wan) and their own subnet (lan)

This is for redundancy and performance reasons.

How would I do that?

 

 

With warm regards - Will

 

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2024-01-03 03:01:47 - last edited 2024-01-03 03:10:08

Hi @ITV 

Thanks for posting in our business forum.

There is no way to do that.

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2024-01-03 03:01:47 - last edited 2024-01-03 03:10:08

Hi @ITV 

Thanks for posting in our business forum.

There is no way to do that.

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Re:2 or more routers on one site
2024-01-03 08:52:28

  @Clive_A 

 

Perhaps not within the same site.

However the controller allows me to add multiple sites.

Hence could do this assuming one router equals one site.

Where the controller ends up managing 6 "sites".

 

Makes sense?

Anything you wish to add?

 

 

Cheers - Will

 

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Re:2 or more routers on one site
2024-01-03 08:55:49

Hi @ITV 

Thanks for posting in our business forum.

ITV wrote

  @Clive_A 

 

Perhaps not within the same site.

However the controller allows me to add multiple sites.

Hence could do this assuming one router equals one site.

Where the controller ends up managing 6 "sites".

 

Makes sense?

Anything you wish to add?

 

 

Cheers - Will

 

Make sense but after you create 6 separate LAN(NAT), what would you do next? Hope to achieve what result?

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Re:2 or more routers on one site
2024-01-03 09:32:20

  @Clive_A 

 

Still figuring out a few details - but the idea is to create 6 security zones each with a different external IP and different policies/ACL's.

Depending on what the application is doing. And what the security posture of the data is.

 

Another thing on our roadmap is working with different ISP's and their big-internet-pipes (i.e. 1-Gbps and more).

 

 

Cheers - Will

 

 

 

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