Simple policy routing for multiple WANs in OpenWrt (by Adze1502)




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  • Screw it, I’ll host it myself | 2021-04-07
    It is.

    Multi-wan is easier with appliances. I used pfSense over the last 12 years or so with multi-wan on and off (currently off). I've run pfSense in a kvm VM, and you can do multi-wan with this. Though I generally recommend dedicated NICs for the WANs and LAN.

    I've looked at the linux based appliances (as late as last week) and only clearos supported multi-wan. I could be wrong (I'd like to be as pfSense/OPNsense are FreeBSD based, and that comes with, sadly, huge amounts of baggage, limited hardware support, etc.). I'll likely be looking at that package as a potential replacement for the pfSense system, though if clearos can't handle what I need, OPNsense is like pfSense, but with far less baggage.

    If you don't mind tinkering, you might be able to use mwan3[1].

    If you prefer OpenWRT, you can look at running it in a VM[2] along with mwan3.