Using an RV082 with two WANs and v1.3.5 in load balance mode and protocol binding. I have all internal IPs bound to use WAN1 (cable modem), VOiP units bound to WAN2 (DSL), and SMTP bound to WAN2. That works well except when the DSL goes down and SMTP starts going out the cable modem on WAN1. Even though protocol binding is set to one WAN port I still get failover to the other port when the bound port goes down. That is a good thing. Except that I don't want SMTP to ever use WAN1 because it is a cable modem and certain servers will refuse delivery. A firewall rule setup to deny SMTP on WAN1 doesn't help since that only deals with inbound. I don't have an option to deny outbound SMTP over a particular WAN. Any ideas how to solve this? The alternative is to push outbound mail over a VPN but I'd rather do direct since it works very well until DSL goes down. Even though this is rare, when it does go down there is usually one email that ends up getting bounced and that makes my friend upset..