Need help - how to - basic settings first
PeterUK Posts: 1,853Bilouwanadoofr said:I would like, if possible, replace this Draytek by the Zyxel.And still if possible, keep same IP (I would be surprised if not possible)
For a better setup you could for testing change one of the ASUS DSL router to 192.168.255.254/24 to get working with the USG0
Both of ASUS DSL routers with 192.168.1.X IP address, and also default USG IP address is 192.168.1.1/24.
IP subnet conflict may the reason that your traffic unable pass to internet.
You can change all of IP subnet as different prevent routing issue.
USG LAN1 IP: 192.168.11.1/24
AUSA DSL#1 router: 192.168.12.X
AUSA DSL#2 router: 192.168.13.X0
Hello Guys,Sorry for my late come back... better later than never...After long days of testing, I finally get sorted out with this !!!All your precious help was really helpful.Working current config:GE3 > 192.168.1.Z > Zyxel Zywall 310 interface (type internal)GE4 > 192.168.1.X > first Asus Modem/Router (type general)GE5 > 192.168.1.Y > second Asus Modem/Router (type general)Now, ping 22.214.171.124 ok via GE4/GE5NotOK via GE3 (maybe normal or a setting to change?)I'm now looking for 2 features to set...Could someone help me to understand how the loadbalancing is working with Zyxel ?My goal is to "combine" both DSL lines I have into one loadbalanced.That was possible with my Draytek in one click > Load Balance Mode > According to speed line.I.E. If i run multiples downloads (many sources) this will use both my lined > ~2,5Mb/s instead of only ~1.3Mb/sWith Zyxel, it seems only one line is used... everytime the same.Frustrating, I cannot have a "comfortable" bandwidth of 2,5Mb/s ?I'm not sure if all I say is clear but do not hesitate to ask me more details/precisions.Again, thanks a lot and thanks a ton in advance !!! :-)Best regards,Cheers,Mike0
Hi @ Bilouwanadoofr,
For Zyxel devices, load balancing settings can be found under Configuration > Interface > Trunk > Default WAN Trunk menu.
A Trunk interface supports 3 types of Load Balancing Algorithms;
1- Weighted Round Robin is for balancing traffic load between interfaces based on their respective weights. An interface with larger weight transmits more traffic than an interface with smaller weight.
2- Least Load First algorithm used for sending session traffics through the least utilized trunk member.
3- Spillover algorithm used for sending network traffics through to first member of the trunk until there’s enough traffic the second interface needs to be used.
In your case, the most suitable algorithm for you is Least Load First. Please make sure that your external interfaces into selected Default Trunk as in the following screenshot;
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