you can load-balance per IP prefix with PBR( not available on RV016 I think) but I'm not sure you can use multiple interfaces for a particular prefix with this method. I'll try to lab it up this evening and let you know.
This is probably a year too late, but the rv016 is really nice for this. You can have all the WAN connections plugged in and then simply segment the network using two vlans. Each segment will hit any available internet connection and automatically load-balance.
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