Priority 5 is considered "higher" than priority 10, so you've made WAN2 the higher priority route.
Just switch the priority values in your static routes.
Thank you, i have understand 10 is higher than 5 ... sorry :)
When i made 5 priority to WAN2 and 10 to WAN1 all users doesnt have access to internet through 2 wans.
For me, this is a DNS problem, i can ping everything oustide, just resolution not working,
but i dont know if is on the firewall or my network... ?
I have a DNS Server in my domain, i have added the 2 DNS Servers of my ISP in the server.
If i add 126.96.36.199 on my local network card > i can surf through WAN2
If i apply DHCP on my network card > i cannot surf on WAN2
I have apply two differents things for testing :
- My computer with a RJ45 Network (with Domain) > not working on WAN2
- Wifi Users with policy to go outside on WAN2 > OK Working
>> in my firewall, Wifi Users are configured with own DHCP Server directy on SSID Profile with 188.8.131.52 for DNS.
If i made a simple network map :
My Local Computer >> Local DNS Domain >> Fortigate Firewall > Outside WAN1 or WAN2