I am looking for some advice on the best way to configure my RV042 for use with two servers that are going to be use in a data center type environment to host gaming servers. In the past I have had issues with the servers being hacked, so this time I around I would like to put a RV042 in front of them. I will manage the RV042 remotely. I also would like to be able to use Windows RDP to manage the servers. Both servers have dual NICs and I would like to continue to use them separate so that I can host two gaming server sessions per server, per static IP address. So each NIC will have a separate static local IP and be plugged into the RV042. I will use the port forwarding function of the RV042 to forward the correct TCP/UDP ports to the correct static IP address for the server. I would also want to configure the RV042 to be able to port forward RDP to the correct server as well. When it comes to the configuration of the RV042, I have two options. I can either get two IP addresses from my hosting company and configure the RV042 to load balance, or I can go with using just one port. How well would the load balancing work in a configuration like this? Would the performance of the load balancing give the servers more throughput and better performance? How stable is the load balancing on the RV042 and how well does it really work? In the end I need something that is stable, high throughput, and is reasonably secure. I welcome your thoughts and suggestions. â€“ Thanks!