How to config dual isp sg105e

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How to config dual isp sg105e
How to config dual isp sg105e
2021-09-14 09:09:04 - last edited 2021-10-15 10:45:47
Model: TL-SG105E
Hardware Version: V8
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Hello po, how to config dual isp on sg105e? Port 5 and 4 for isp, and port 1 for pisowifi and port 2 for personal use modem, pls help, thank you

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2021-09-14 13:19:41 - last edited 2021-10-15 10:45:47

@N3kko 

 

Hey

 

Sadly what you are trying to do is not viable using a switch.   This switch is unmanaged and therefore just allows everything on every port to communicate with each other.  What you are trying to do is ISP Load Balance and VLAN traffic

 

To do this you would require a Load Balancing Router, something like the ER605, and a managed switch capable of separate VLANs (SG2008 for example)

 

Set the 2x WAN connections on different VLANs for the ER605 and trunk this via the switch to the devices you require. 

 

This is not something that could be done via the home grade hardware, you would best looking at the TP Link Omada range.

 

 

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2021-09-14 13:19:41 - last edited 2021-10-15 10:45:47

@N3kko 

 

Hey

 

Sadly what you are trying to do is not viable using a switch.   This switch is unmanaged and therefore just allows everything on every port to communicate with each other.  What you are trying to do is ISP Load Balance and VLAN traffic

 

To do this you would require a Load Balancing Router, something like the ER605, and a managed switch capable of separate VLANs (SG2008 for example)

 

Set the 2x WAN connections on different VLANs for the ER605 and trunk this via the switch to the devices you require. 

 

This is not something that could be done via the home grade hardware, you would best looking at the TP Link Omada range.

 

 

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