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doc:howto:mwan3 [2014/10/10 22:36] (current)
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    * [[https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=39052|OpenWrt Forum: New package: mwan3; multi-wan policy routing; testers wanted]]; much of the content below comes from forum posts by Adze or Arfett on this thread     * [[https://forum.openwrt.org/viewtopic.php?id=39052|OpenWrt Forum: New package: mwan3; multi-wan policy routing; testers wanted]]; much of the content below comes from forum posts by Adze or Arfett on this thread
    * there is documentation available for policy routing on Linux, e.g. [[http://www.policyrouting.org/PolicyRoutingBook/ONLINE/TOC.html|Policy Routing With Linux - Online Edition by Matthew G. Marsh]]     * there is documentation available for policy routing on Linux, e.g. [[http://www.policyrouting.org/PolicyRoutingBook/ONLINE/TOC.html|Policy Routing With Linux - Online Edition by Matthew G. Marsh]]
-    * source code and development versions on github.com: [[https://github.com/Adze1502/mwan]]+    * source code on github.com: [[https://github.com/openwrt/packages/tree/master/net/mwan3]] 
 +    * source code on github.com: [[https://github.com/openwrt/packages/tree/master/net/mwan3-luci]] 
 +    * old source code and/or development versions on github.com: [[https://github.com/Adze1502/mwan]]
  * Related pages:   * Related pages:
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The mwan3 packages current as of 2014-08-21 are: The mwan3 packages current as of 2014-08-21 are:
  * mwan3_1.4-24_all.ipk   * mwan3_1.4-24_all.ipk
-  * mwan3_1.5-4_all.ipk (OpenWrt CC only) +  * mwan3_1.5-7_all.ipk (OpenWrt BB & CC only) 
-  * luci-app-mwan3_1.3-1_all.ipk+  * luci-app-mwan3_1.3-4_all.ipk
See below for the download procedure. See below for the download procedure.
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  * If a policy is not referenced by a specific traffic rule, the policy will not do anything, so it is fine to leave unused policies in place in case they are desired in the future.   * If a policy is not referenced by a specific traffic rule, the policy will not do anything, so it is fine to leave unused policies in place in case they are desired in the future.
-  * If you have a traffic rule that matches a policy, but all the members (interfaces) for that policy are down, the exit strategy for that policy is "unreachable".+  * If you have a traffic rule that matches a policy, but all the members (interfaces) for that policy are down, the exit strategy for that policy defaults to "unreachable". This is configurable with the last_resort option. Valid values are: blackhole, unreachable or default.
  * A working mwan3 config has at least 1 policy configured.   * A working mwan3 config has at least 1 policy configured.

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