I've tried two versions of the firmware (the latest download and the shipping configuration) on two different RV320's and neither will allow traffic to pass after resolving the DNS address of external web sites...note the pic below and the WAN1 (Connected but inactive) indication....which even comes back after a DHCP release and renew. After the first DNS look up, the connection goes inactive. None of the advanced features of the router are enabled and the problem exists whether or not the firewall functions are enabled or disabled. Very disappointing to say the least.
Please upgrade to the latest firmwar v1.1.0.09 on CCO and initiate a reset to default after upgrade. There is a "WAN Inactive" issue in last firmware, which only happens for some ISP. Please try the latest firmware and let us know if it works. Thanks.
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