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Barracuda Load Balancer

Multiport Link Aggregation Network Port Configuration

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This article refers to firmware 4.2 and higher running on the Barracuda Load Balancer model 640 that includes PORT1 through PORT10.

When network port configuration is enabled, you can configure the following:

  • Set PORT1 throughPORT10 as separate network ports on the ADVANCED > Advanced Networking page.
  • Set the IP/Network Address, Interface Name, Netmask, and Port in the Custom Virtual Interfaces section on the ADVANCED > Advanced Networking page.
  • Create VLAN, Custom Virtual Interfaces, Static Routes, and Source Network Address Translation configuration by selecting the Port (identical to how the WAN port is configured) on the ADVANCED > Advanced Networking page.
  • Select the desired Network Port when adding a new service on the BASIC > Services page.
  • Configure the Default Gateway for the Network Ports PORT1 to PORT10 as special cases by setting the IP/Network Address and Netmask to in the Static Routes section on the ADVANCED > Advanced Networking page.
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