The basic setup... Newly installed redundant ISP, thus setting up the 891 with dual WAN, Using PfR to load balance between the two. Did initial config through CCP (not express), but I am familiar with the basics of IOS CLI (not used to the new zone based firewall yet, managed aour old Pix for too long, but that is a different subject!)
The issue - I cannot seem to get anything but Gi0 to be accepted as a WAN interface. I go through the entire setup in CCP, test each connection, etc, and it all looks good until I exit out of CCP and go back in. At that point, I get squat out of Fa8. CCP won't let me test the connection, won't let me edit the connection, wont let me delete the connection. The wizard for a new WAN connection becomes available again (Wanting to set up a "second" WAN on Fa7...)
Looking at the config (pasted below) I don't see any reqason why it shouldn't be working... So I turn here, hoping someone else can see my silly mistake somewhere!
Again, I have verified connections to each ISP line independently, either one works just fine on Gi0, neither ever works on Fa8. This is my first real foray into PfR, so any help would be appreciated!
Current configuration : 21486 bytes
! Last configuration change at 18:59:43 UTC Mon Mar 26 2012 by admin
no service pad
service timestamps debug datetime msec localtime show-timezone
service timestamps log datetime msec localtime show-timezone
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