I have a similar project at hands, basically its the following:
Two WAN’s with dynamic ip’s, and doing multi-wan via round robin for the outbound. The main idea is to access remotely to peplink/internal network via a single dynamic dns, that means that when configuring a dydns provider it should point to the two wans available, and if possible balance the inbound connections.
Imagine there are 20 connections accessing example.dyndns.org via WAN1 and it becomes saturated, so the appliance should only accept and redirect the connections to WAN2.
Is this possible ?
Or to do the following, create a dydns failover, like both WAN’s configured with the same dyndns name but only one responds, if WAN1 then it would respond automatically to WAN2, the issue for me is that both are active because I’m doing outbound load balancing.
Any ideas ?