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Bandwidth Management and Authenticated Websites

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by captainclueless, Oct 22, 2007.

  1. Hi everyone,

    I seem to have a problem shared by others - i've been able to find similar questions being asked, but searching has not turned up the solution.

    General browsing and connectivity via our Rv016 works fine - however, we have a couple of hosted applications that require us to log in. The problem with these applications is that we are being asked to re-authenticate over and over again as we switch between pages of the web application.

    Disconnecting 1 of the 2 WAN ports in use "solves" the problem. How do I solve the problem without disconnecting one of the WAN connections (which is the reason we bought the device in the first place).

    i'm only 2 days into the use of this router so specific information would be very useful - i can guess the answer is something along the lines of "force all IP traffic to x.x.x.x to use WAN1" but HOW do i do that - or am i barking up the wrong tree entirely?

    thanks!
     
  2. sterner

    sterner LI Guru Member

    Clueless,

    You can bind all traffic to a specific WAN port. To do so, click on the System Managment tab.

    Click on edit next to the WAN port that you want the traffic to be bound to.

    In the Protocol binding section change the service to All Traffic.

    Leave the source at 0 and 0 if you want all LAN traffic to be bound, otherwise enter the range.

    Enter the destination IP of the server you need to stay connected with. If it's just a single IP, put it in both areas. If it's a range, enter the first of the range into the first destination, then the last of the range into the 2nd destination.

    Check the enable box.

    Click Add to list button.

    Click Save Settings at the bottom of the page.

    Hope this helps! Good Luck!
     

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