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IP internal WAN2

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IP internal WAN2

Sorry for my English...
We have an MX64, with WAN1 and WAN2 connected.
What I want is that an internal IP (for example: 192.168.1.50) can only access the Internet through WAN2, and all the rest of the network access through WAN1. It's possible?

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Yes. Through the SD-WAN and Traffic shaping.

 

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Could you explain me briefly? I have 2 weeks with a Meraki team and I am discovering it...

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Many thanks! I already understood!

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