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Good morning,

I 'still' have my SG560 up and running, despite plans to replace it.

We've just got some decent internet access here now, and I am trying to define 2 internet connections.

What I am trying to avoid is running through the building and changing all the smtp settings on various machines.

It seems that both connections are being used, and one has a relatively small cap.

Connection 1 -  is unlimited

Connection 2 - I would like to use for only SMTP. I do currently have it set up for this with a policy route.

I have both set as preferred gateways. It seems if I turn that off on Con 2, that it no longer works for mail.

Is there a simple way that I can do this? Possibly a policy route?

I think maybe I've got it, but not sure.

I've now got a policy route

Type - Forward

Incoming - Any

Source - Any

Dest - Any

Service - HTTP

Gateway - Con 1

I repeated the above for HTTPS

Should this do it for me?



Message was edited by: jcmiller54 on 12/02/14 9:16:47 EST AM
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