D-Link DIR-320 and 2 providers

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I know that on third-party firmware you can use 2 jacks under WAN.
Need through a single provider to let only a specific list of subnets (local network), and through the second — all the rest.
Tell me how to configure such a scheme?

P. S. This topic seen, but I have 2 cables instead of 1.
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You did not answer the question "how to set up such a scheme?"

Here:
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config 'interface' 'wan' option 'weight' '10' option 'health_interval' '10' option 'icmp_hosts' 'dns' option 'timeout' '3' option 'health_fail_retries' '3' option 'health_recovery_retries' '5' option 'failover_to' 'wan2' option 'dns' 'auto' config 'interface' 'wan2' option 'weight' '10' option 'health_interval' '10' option 'icmp_hosts' 'dns' option 'timeout' '3' option 'health_fail_retries' '3' option 'health_recovery_retries' '5' option 'failover_to' 'wan' option 'dns' 'auto' 

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It doesn't change the basic Google search.
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I had this configured on dd-wrt, openwrt did not do, but everything is solved either miltiwan, or just your hands. First you need to make a separate Vilan to connect a second. Through webfac, you can use either nvram, robocfg.
That's how I
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Ie one provider stick in the WAN port, the other to port 4.
In openwrt the entire network is configured in the file /etc/config/network. You can do what you want, no package multiwan. Just keep in mind, you have like NAT with two sides, you will need to mark the coming(!) the packages from each provider, and to send a response also through this provider, and they will go through the default provider.
Learn more here www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php/Dual-WAN_for_simple_round-robin_load_equalization I'm only there half to read this, because I round Robin was needed.
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Quote from the topic:
On the OpenWRT MultiWAN package is done once or twice.
Who prevents you to do it?
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I for such purposes two years ago was looking for (and barely found) d-link di-lb604 — perhaps the most fiscal option two-Wan router. Now unfortunately it is not produced.
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320-th supports s vlan', so iproute2 and unpretentious skriptik on the shell.
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