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I have about 20 SIP IP phones in my network and use several Internet lines. i would like to route all sip-traffic via a specific interface.
For this I would like to create a multipath-rule, which directs all traffic over the interface "telekom".
So I want to make sure my telephony works solid. (I have a DSL interface and a LTE / 4G interface. -->Sip-traffic should be routed via the DSL interface.)
Why can only 'one' host and no group or IP range, be added to the multipath-rule?
at my SG (9.605.1) ip-range is not an option as source within multipath rules.
But "network Group" or "network" (subnet-definition) is an option.
I think the network group should not contain an IP-Range...
In reply to dirkkotte:
thanks for your help.
yes indeed, the network group did not allow me to add an IP-Range Object:
but network-group was the right option for me.
The problem ist solved, by adding every IP as a host object, and adding them to the network-group. (the clone option helped me, but it was still a lot of work/clicking.)
It works like that, thanks again!!