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  Reply # 1116308 27-Aug-2014 10:30
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kenkeniff:
TimA: Its a design flaw. Your connection shouldn't get 2 Ip's in any case. Probably get patched shortly.
When that occurs you will be back to square one or you can do what Brent said with the HG659 so you dont have 2 devices fighting for a WAN connection.


My 62 VMs will all be sad to be back behind NAT...lol..


Please dont tell me you are really running 62 virtual machines....... Thats like, Try hard level to the next level.




 




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  Reply # 1116315 27-Aug-2014 10:32
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TimA:
kenkeniff:
TimA: Its a design flaw. Your connection shouldn't get 2 Ip's in any case. Probably get patched shortly.
When that occurs you will be back to square one or you can do what Brent said with the HG659 so you dont have 2 devices fighting for a WAN connection.


My 62 VMs will all be sad to be back behind NAT...lol..


Please dont tell me you are really running 62 virtual machines....... Thats like, Try hard level to the next level.


Of course, each with their own WAN IP!...lol


No really; usually only between 4-6 at a time out of around 10 total, all on various networks hence pfSense which is the only one which needs a WAN address.

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