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Apr
10
comment Odd packet loss through NAT with two WAN interfaces
I experimented with this for quite a while, but no matter what it either just had no effect on the amount of packets dropped or even made it worse. Thus, sorry, but I just can't accept this answer. Although, I am very grateful for all the help attempts. BTW, I updated the question post.
Apr
10
revised Odd packet loss through NAT with two WAN interfaces
added more info and improved the presentation of existing info
Mar
25
comment Odd packet loss through NAT with two WAN interfaces
@Spiff I added all the tables for iptables now
Mar
25
revised Odd packet loss through NAT with two WAN interfaces
updated the info
Mar
24
awarded  Student
Mar
21
revised Odd packet loss through NAT with two WAN interfaces
added more information
Mar
21
comment Odd packet loss through NAT with two WAN interfaces
that's all what I get with iptables --list. I shall also post my file for iptables-restore, then. Everything else in a min.
Mar
21
awarded  Editor
Mar
21
revised Odd packet loss through NAT with two WAN interfaces
added iptables config
Mar
21
comment Odd packet loss through NAT with two WAN interfaces
@as I said, when having a single connection from the server itself, it gets split over both interfaces and that works fine. When I single connection comes from the LAN it also gets split across both interfaces – the data gets sent from and gets replied to both interfaces at the same time. But the packets are lost after reaching the server itself. What reaches a LAN host is a more or less even mixture of packets that went got back through both interfaces. And the packets sent from and are replied to the interface that initiated the connection are getting lost just as much. iptables in a sec.
Mar
21
comment Odd packet loss through NAT with two WAN interfaces
@Spiff if You read my post (I hope You did), it is stated that no, it distributes the traffic from one connection across both interfaces. But as stated in the post, that in itself is not a problem as it otherwise works just fine and traffic split between two WAN links like this goes between an arbitrary remote host and the server itself with no problems whatsoever. So the problem has to be in the server itself.
Mar
21
comment Odd packet loss through NAT with two WAN interfaces
@Spiff it splits all the traffic across both WAN links. But that shouldn't be a problem, though.
Mar
21
asked Odd packet loss through NAT with two WAN interfaces