Configuring VPN Load Balance using DrayTek Routers
DrayTek Australia is pleased to introduce the video “Configuring VPN Load Balance using DrayTek Routers”
In our last video we showed you how VPN load balancing will improve your inter-office communications. VPN Load balancing allows numerous VPN connections to exist between two sites, and their configuration over multiple WAN connections. This is used to provide both a larger capacity network pipe between the two sites as well as support redundancy should one of the WAN connections fail.
In this video we will show you how to set up a Load Balanced VPN trunk between two sites as shown in the diagram above. Here we have a Vigor 3900 router at the Head office and a Vigor3200 router at the Branch office. Each router has two WAN connections to the Internet that will be used to build the Load Balanced VPN Trunk between them. We will set up two IPSec VPN tunnels between the two sites then combine them into a Load Balanced VPN Trunk.
Details of the first video is available at: http://blog.draytek.com.au/2012/05/29/video-on-vpn-load-balancing-with-draytek-routers/