I have been searching the net and this site for a solution for my problem and found many good advices but couldnt find a solution yet.
We use the RV042 as a WAN router. We have two subnets, routed through our server, acting as router. The problem is that when the Firewall is enabled on the RV042 clients from subnet 192.168.0.0 cannot access terminal servers from subnet 192.168.10.0. Ping is no problem.
I have added a static route with the server set as default gateway.
Once I disable the firewall the connection is successful. Even when I turn it back on the client can still access via RDP to the other subnet. After reboot the connection fails.
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