We have 3 offices connected by VPN and are currently using RV082 routers for the endpoints. The 2 branch offices have service from a small wireless ISP in the area. We have recently brought DSL in to the main office in addition to the wireless ISP. There are about 20 workstations in the main office, and 2-5 in each of the other offices.
Right now we have the RV082 at the main office configured to use the DSL as the primary service and fail over to the wireless ISP in event of issues with the DSL. What we would like to do now is have load balancing for the main office and have the VPN endpoints run specifically on the wireless ISP (much lower latency than going through the DSL), failing over to the DSL when required. The ideal situation would allow us to specify traffic (ie - web, and email) for a 'preferred' WAN port so that it uses, for example the DSL circuit for email traffic until the DSL circuit goes down, then email traffic is automatically moved over.
I know that you can set rules in the load balancing configuration of the RV082 to direct traffic out a specific port. When I have configured these in the past for testing, the rules were not removed when the connection failed over, so any traffic that had a rule configured for the failed port stopped working.
All of the routers are running firmware version 18.104.22.168-tm.
I'm sorry if this is a scenario that has been addressed before, but I haven't been able to find any answers. If I missed it, please feel free to point me in the right direction. Is it possible to configure the load balancing rules so that they fail over correctly on the RV082? If so, please post steps for me to follow if you can. If this is not possible on the RV082, please make suggestions for which router we should install at the main office to make this scenario work properly.
Thanks for any help!