Cisco RV320 Both links ACTIVE but traffic should pass through Priority Set.
Want to have on Cisco RV320 Both links ACTIVE i.e UP but traffic should pass through Priority Set links i.e if Primary is up traffic should pass through it and when it goes down, it should pass through secondary link.
This requirement we want for Remote monitoring both links, because as per our testing on WAN & USB:
We have configured WAN on PPPoE and USB on 3g Failover Hotstandby
and in Daul WAN we have selected Load Balance and in that for WAN1 we have set Network Service Detection
And this is how Autofailover happens but in this when WAN1 is UP, USB remains down so I can't monitor my USB link whether it is UP or down remotely.
And in WAN1 & WAN2:
We have configured WAN on PPPoE and WAN on Static IP
and in Daul WAN we have selected Smart Link Backup and WAN1 is selected, in Interface Setting Table we have set Network Service Detection
And this is how Autofailover happens but in this when WAN1 is UP, WAN2 remains down so I can't monitor my WAN2 link whether it is UP or down remotely.
We need solution on this issue, guys please help me out.
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