I'm using a ping sensor to monitor our SIP endpoint from our local LAN.
We have multiple WAN links, and i would like to have a sensor that monitors the endpoint across each of the wan link, to be able to determine if an issue is with the SIP endpoint, or the carrier getting us there across the WAN.
We have a sonicwall sitting between PRTG and handles the load balancing across the WAN links.
I think the only way to create a static route that will force the traffic across the specific interface is by having different originating IP addresses for the sensor.
Is it possible if i assign more LAN IPs to the PRTG server, can i specify each of the 3 sensors to use a specific IP address? Then create static routes, so for example:
- Ping Sensor WAN 1 - 192.168.1.10 > Sonicwall Default Route X1
- Ping Sensor WAN 2 - 192.168.1.11 > Sonicwall Default Route X2
- Ping Sensor WAN 3 - 192.168.1.12 > Sonicwall Default Route X3