I just started at this organization that has what I believe to be hardware Rev 1 Linksys RV082 set up as Load Balancing with Dual WAN. Just recently, people will all at once be unable to access the internet. Pages hang when attempting to load. I've found that pinging an IP address is successful, leading me to believe it's a DNS problem. The person who originally set it up used OpenDNS for the DNS servers for both WAN connections. Under DHCP Serving settings, the DNS Server was set to itself, the internal LAN IP. The secondary was set to 0.0.0.0. One day when there were several "internet outages," sometimes a power cycle of the router might work, sometimes it would suddenly come back on its own without me doing anything. both internet connections worked properly when I connected them directly to a computer to test. After each outage, many of the computers that were on the network I need to flush their DNS cache for people to be abel to go to google.com or gmail.com or use their mail client to access imap.gmail.com. Many other sites DO work, though. In the last instance, I set up the DHCP DNS Servers to OpenDNS and suddenly, everything was working. So, I was happy that I thought I'd resolved the issue as my theory was that the router was being overloaded with DNS translating. But, now, it appears that it broke my DNS Local Database. It seems that the DNS Local Database is not looked at if you put custom DNS servers in DHCP hosting preferences. My conundrum is A. How do I maintain DNS Local Database while putting in custom DNS Servers. B. Why when I put the IP of the router's LAN IP (I believe this is the default) as the DNS server, that the router intermittently but frequently dies. (One strange pattern I think I've noticed is that the internet goes "down" when I arrive. Maybe a minute or two after I've woken up my MacBook, I can get internet for a bit, then suddenly everyone goes down. This happens, SOME of the time. I'm doing a clean erase then install on it today to remove it as a factor.) Can anyone shed their experience with and possible DNS query problems? Is this even a DNS issue at all?