Hi everyone. I was wondering if this is possible?
I have 3 wan connection in my mwan3 setup
I have the policies as following
escalonado123 : wan_m1_w4, wan2_m2_w4, wan3_m3_w4
escalonado321 wan3_m1_w4, wan2_m2_w4 and wan_m3_w4
escalonado231: wan2_m1_w4, wan3_m2_w4 and wan_m3_w4
only one rule for all connections so I want to change the rule by time
i want to change automatic the rule every day
Monday = escalonado123
Tuesday = escalonado321
Wednesday = escalonado231
Thursday = escalonado123,
Friday = escalonado321
Saturday = escalonado231
Sunday = escalonado123
note: i dont want to use loadbalance but this
thanks so much
The configuration and rules are here: /etc/config/mwan3 - you could schedule your rules with crontab.
Scripting a copy command shouldn't be that hard. Having a set of conffiles prepared and copy the right one to the right time over like
cp /myStuff/mwan3/escalando123 /etc/config/mwan3 && /etc/init.d/mwan3 restart
are you familiar with cli commands? I do not know if there is a gui scheduler available, although there is 'wifi schedule' as an luci-app, so I can see a adaptabel template in it
thanks so much. but I dont know about scripting in order to use cron in openwrt, thanks for your help....
Please see: https://openwrt.org/docs/guide-user/base-system/cron
Also, you can using Scheduled Tasks in luci gui.