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How can I configure FatPipe Warp internet redundancy

Postby chicagotech » Thu May 28, 2015 5:34 pm

Q: We have FatPipe Warp as internet redundancy. How can I configure internet redundancy?

A: You should enable Proxy ARP. Quoted:
This will enable or disable Proxy ARP on the LAN side. When this option is
enabled, WARP will respond to ARP requests for any IPs that belongs to any of
the WAN subnets. If you disable this option, you will not be able to communicate
with devices directly connected to the WAN that are in the same subnet as
where you are coming from. You should only disable this if you have devices on
the LAN side that have IPs from one of the WAN subnets. (The default option is
to have Proxy ARP enabled).
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