Cisco RV082 - upgraded to firmware 4.2.3.07 - DNS is not working
So on the previous firmware, v4.2.2.08, the RV082 lost it's configuration for me to log in. I couldn't even log in with the defaults. Luckily, the router lasted for a few weeks without any other issues. So I power cycled the router a few days ago and it reverted back to factory defaults! I configured it for our network again and upgraded the firmware to v4.2.3.07 and everything seemed fine. Now, DNS doesn't work. When I set the DNS (issued by our IP), the client connections work fine for about 5 minutes, then DNS stops working. If I manually set DNS on the client adapters, it works. I used the same DNS that is configured in the router.
Anyone experience similar issues? I don't know about reverting back to a previous firmware because what other issues will I find? I don't think there is anyway for me to not set DNS correctly?
***Update: I think I have resolved the issue! It looks like there are two sections where you can set the DNS. The first one is under Setup | Network | WAN1 - Configuration. This is where I set the DNS because they are required. The other section is under Setup | DHCP | DHCP Setup | DNS - I set the dropdown to "Use DNS Below" and set my DNS in the boxes. This is not a section I configured with the previous firmware.
I feel like the firmware upgrade now looks at the DHCP DNS section to determine how to route the clients. Why this isn't what the WAN1 section takes care of.....who knows!
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