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Failover / Load Balancing Interface that are not WAN

Failover / Load Balancing Interface that are not WAN

Failover / Load Balancing Interface that are not WAN

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Hi

I have two building

building A has 10.80.0.0/23 subnet with a tz215 sonicwall router
building B has 10.81.0.0/23 subnet with a tz105 sonicwall router

I got 2 private long range wifi links between the building

one of the link is in the 172.16.0.0/28 network the other is in the 172.16.10.0/28 network

actually it setup a failover with different metric routing rules. So this way only one link at the time is working, I would like to be able to double the bandwith doing some loadbalancing with some kind of Source and Destination IP Addresses Binding but I cannot figure out if it is possible to setup

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