Can packets exchanged between external networks and intranet servers through two outbound interfaces of an AR be transmitted over different paths

Packets exchanged between external networks and intranet servers through two outbound interfaces of an AR may be transmitted over different paths. To avoid this problem, configurations need to be added. For example, configure redirection to ensure that packets are sent and received through the same interface. That is, response packets received from an internal server are transmitted along the same path as the request packets sent from the public network.
For detailed configurations, see "Internet Access > NAT > Example for Configuring NAT and Redirection to Implement Two Egresses and Provide the Web Service" in the Typical Configuration Examples.

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