RV082 - multiple WAN and other questions

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by username_taken, May 12, 2005.

  1. username_taken

    username_taken Network Guru Member

    I have an RV082 at work, currently it's just acting as an ADSL router, but it's timed I checked out it's capabilities and used it to it's full potential.

    I have 2 internet connections, a 10Mb ethernet, and a 1.5Mb ADSL. I plan to have the 10Mb as WAN1 and the 1.5Mb as WAN2.

    I want to be able to specific what traffic goes through which interface. i.e. web traffic ( port 80 ) through the 1.5Mb, and FTP/SSH traffic through the 10Mb. Can the RV082 support this level of load balancing ? If not possible can I specific a list of IPs to go through one interface, and the rest to go through the other ?

    Also I want to do Transparent Proxying, Is it possible to set routing rules on the RV082 to accomplish this?
     
  2. username_taken

    username_taken Network Guru Member

    I've found the Protocol Binding option after clicking on "Load Balancing (auto mode)" which seems to be what I want. Does it Go through the rules in a particular order? I want ALL traffic to go through WAN2 except what I specify. I'm guessing it goes through the rules from top to bottom and exits when it finds a match, if that's the case I'm looking at something like the following:

    Code:
    FTP [TCP/21~21] -> 10.0.0.0~254(0.0.0.0)/WAN2
    SSH [TCP/22~22] -> 10.0.0.0~254(0.0.0.0)/WAN2
    ALL Traffic [TCP&UDP/1~65535] -> 10.0.0.0~354(0.0.0.0)/WAN1
    
    Anyone that's used Protocol Binding able to confirm this for me ?
     
  3. TazUk

    TazUk Network Guru Member

    Rules are normally processed from top to bottom but I don't have an RV082 to confirm it is the same.
     
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