I have two wired WAN connections, one cable (15Mbps download speed - I’ll call it C15) and one DSL (3 Mbps download speed - I’ll call it D3). I obviously want the traffic to use C15 as much as possible, but it is unfortunately the least reliable. If it goes down completely, the typical Outbound rules easily accommodate this, but in my case, C15 usually just degrades to 2k-3k latency. Is there a way to set up an Outbound Policy that uses latency beyond a certain threshold, but below that uses priority? If I simply use “Fastest Response”, D3 will often get used, even if the latency is very close between the two, but then the connection suffers from the slow download speed. What I’d like to do is use an Overflow rule to prioritize C15, unless the latency for C15 is above 500ms (for example), but switch to D3 when C15’s latency is high.