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KarlAltair

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  1. How can I setup GoIP-4 for auto balance and recharge? I'm not sure how to fill up only two fields. Attached is a screenshot. I need help filling up those two fields. Any inputs is appreciated.
  2. Anyone knows if there is a good mod or built in option in HESK for user groups?
  3. I can do that. But as I mentioned not really applicable to my current situation.
  4. I think doing that would slow down the total bandwidth of the network (or cripple it) since it is set up that if ISP A goes down B would take care of it, but B is more of the less known ISP, so it's more of "at least it's running" kind of set up for B. On PfSense yes and no. We are running on a MikroTik router as a main, and PfSense is more of firewall/router together with another software called Fail2ban running on another machine. Anyway it's a really a simple setup. I just want to know of there is a software way (or remote way) to check secondary ISP without discon
  5. That is a good idea, but not one that I can apply on my end. They are set up on a server rack, I guess I can bring in a laptop for a last resort. But what I really want is a software way where I can, I don't know probably run the software directly on the server attached to it. Are you familiar with PfSense? Now that I think about it, is there a way to check specific ports using PfSense?
  6. Thanks for the reply. I really don't know what you guys need to help me, so I haven't shared much. Anyway, I have two individual ISP's, going into each of their own modems, then the two modems are attached on another router. Usually to check the second ISP's speed, I just shutdown the power of the first ISP. But I wanna know if there is a way to check the secondary ISP without shutting down the first one. Cause if I shut down the first ISP, there's a bit of a downtime, and I am more or less hosting something over the net, which proves difficult to the client if I do it
  7. It's as what the title says. I want to know if there is an option to check my secondary internet speed connection (like run Ookla Speedtest on it) without disconnecting my first one.
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