I'd like to use load balancing with the RV042, but I have some devices that don't react well to not always using the same outgoing port (like a credit card machine, for instance). Is it possible for me to create some "rule" with the RV042 that an internal IP address will use a certain WAN port? And if so, when that WAN port goes down will the RV042 fail-over to the other active WAN port? I was able to do this with a Xincom XC-OPG502 (which is being replaced with the RV042).
Thank you for posting. You can bind all traffic from certain devices to a given WAN port. Enable Load Balance and then edit the WAN port that you choose. Change the source IP to the LAN IP of the device that needs to be bound. Destination IP should be 0.0.0.0 and Service should be All Traffic (Or you can bind only specific services such as http)
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