I have had my RV325 connected for weeks now. All the sudden we are getting disconnects for the whole office to the Internet at random times. When I run a continuous ping to the local interface (inside of the gateway) from my desktop I can see the ping response times quickly increment from 1ms to about 3,400ms when my pings finally fail and at that time no one in the office can reach the internet. In about 45 seconds the pings return to normal after the disconnect. It turns out this only occurs during times when one of our developers is running Google Maps with their heat map feature functionality or when doing a SQL compare with a DB across the router (both high volume events). I am uncertain why these events would cause disconnects rather than just slowdowns. I had a basic out of the box configuration with the firewall features on originally. In troubleshooting I have turned off all the firewall features except the firewall itself. My WAN connection is setup as SmartLink Backup but I don't have a backup connection so WAN 2 is not even enabled. I am one version of code back from the current version because when I upgraded previously it caused serious throughput problems. I returned it to the factory image after that, which as stated previously is one version behind or otherwise v1.1.0.09. I checked every connection in the office and there are no hubs to create broadcast storms. Seems to have been operating fine for several weeks before this. Any configuration suggestions to check on the device itself?
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