We have three Uplink lines.One Wan and two other of spare line.They weight as 100 to WAN and 0 to the others.Few days ago, my WAN fail and the The other line kicked in as it should.After a while, the WAN start working again, and all went back to normal.A day later, I have noticed that the Reserved line, didn't release some users and still active.Persistence - 5 minutes.Any Idea?
Only new connections are build using the recreated primary line after the 5 Minutes timeout.
Existing connections are not disconnected...
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Thanks.That's not the situation here.Some of the workstations kept going thru the alternative line after closing the brouser and even after restart the workstation.Normaly the alternative line should die out after a short time.In this case the UTM kept sending some users to the alternative line,long after the main WAN start working.
I prefer to use Multipath Rules instead of weighting. The bonus is that the MP rules are clear and obvious - self-documenting. They are processed in order and subsequent rules are not considered. For example:
Do you still see the same phenomenon after switching from weighting to Multipath Rules?
Cheers - Bob
From experience, when the "Fastest line" go back to work, how long it would it take it, so all connections will drop from the second line.
as far as I could see ... not within 12 hours.existing connections (SIP-TRUNC) stay connected ... at the backup-line.
@Bob. this occurs with Multipath too.
Right, Dirk - my fault for not reading closely enough!