Good morning all,
I do not have a good English so I made a diagram for you to understand me. Is it possible to obtain this? I can not find the options on my cisco rv345 router. Thanks for your help.
yes you can connect to 2 WAN port to same ISP.
But look at the limitation of throuhput for the the device.:
Firewall Statefulpacket inspection, 900-Mbps throughput for TCP, User Datagram Protocol (UDP) traffic
Thank you for the answer.
This means that I can not exceed 900mbps. So I could not use my 2gb of bandwidth?
Sorry i use google traduction.
as per the document yes, thease are ment to use small medum business routers.
I recommend for Cisco ISR 4451 or ISR 4451 with a Performance License.
As another option, you can go with ASR 1001-X router.
Here is datasheet for the both:
The higher models will do more than 1GB WAN , i do not make any sense for me to buy higher for Home office kind of setup.
Rather i invest money on simple FW for home need to protect the network. (ISR / ASR are too high for end user budget personal advise).
I agree with you. I missed or @MooS didn't mention that he is seeking a guide for Home. If it is for home then go with NGFW as Sophos/Fortigate/Opensence etc.
I am not sure I understand your topology. Do you have one or two ISPs ? Looking at your drawing, it seems like you have a 2Gig connection coming in to your modem, and from there, you have two connections to your RV345 ? The multi-WAN load balancing feature on the RV345 is supposed to load balance IF the RV345 is the Internet edge device...
Hello, (sorry I use the google translator)
Thank you all for your responses. I will analyze all your suggestions. I do not plan to invest too much money for a home installation.
I only have an ISP with 2gb of bandwidth, and I wanted to use it all on my router cisco rv_345 knowing that the ports are only in 1gb. I would like to be able to configure my cisco, asking him for the wifi terminal it uses the port wan2 and for other ports it goes through wan1.