I have 2 WAN connections, WAN1 is cable WAN2 is fibre. I have an outbound policy for any source to any destination, to our overflow with WAN1 as primary and WAN2 as secondary which seems to work.
I want my desktop PC to only ever use WAN2. So I made another outbound policy, putting my network card MAC address as the source, with any as destination, then picked Enforced and picked WAN2. I made sure it was higher up on the list than my existing outbound policy. However my connection is still on WAN1 (if I google who is my ISP, it says it’s the ISP for WAN2, but speedtest.net and every other site says it’s WAN1 and shows the IP for WAN1). I then changed it and put source as the IP of my desktop, but same thing, speedtest.net says it’s WAN1 and the speeds test at WAN1 speeds. Can’t figure out what I’m doing wrong or how to force my desktop to only use WAN2? Thanks!