We’re using the ‘Overflow’ algorithm for outbound routing to force SIP (UDP 5060) over our T1/WAN2 link, with overflow set to go over our Comcast/WAN1 connection. This has been working great, but last night, the health check failed on the T1, which caused all VOIP to flow over WAN1. That’s a good thing; however, when the the T1 came back online 15 minutes later, the traffic did not revert back. I noticed that the ‘Overflow’ algorithm does not have the enable checkbox for ‘Terminate Sessions on Link Recovery’. Is there anyway to get this behavior? Or, should we be using the ‘Priority’ algorithm instead? Based on the descriptions of these options, it seems like overflow is exactly what we want-- route calls over the T1 unless it’s unavailable or saturated.