I have a RV082 setup on my network handling a IPSec VPN tunnel with a BEFVP41 as the endpoint. We are using Cox Cable (6MB/1MB) for our main internet connection and we are using Qwest DSL (3MB/1MB) for a backup connection. I setup the BEFVP41 at the remote location over the weekend and everything worked great. When i got in on Monday all 3 of my PPTP VPN users (PPTP VPN Server is a Windows 2000 server box) were complaining about speed issues and Internet Browsing seemed laggy on the LAN. I pulled up MRTG and noticed the IPSec connection (with the backup server) was eating up all of the available upload bandwidth on our Cox Connection. I suspended the backup server and everything went back to normal. I have two potential solutions for this but I am not sure how either may/may not would work. [hr:333c22fe6b] 1. I would like to use the Qwest backup connection on WAN2 for the IPSec tunnel. This way users can use the Cox connection for their PPTP connections and Basic Internet Use 2. I setup port priority so the port the VPN server is using is running on "High" priority. The router seems to give the IPSec tunnel a higher priority on the network then the port I set to high. Is there a way to set the IPSec tunnel to a low priority? [hr:333c22fe6b] My last solution to this issue it to go grab another BEFVP41 and setup the IPSec tunnel to use this router on the DSL connection. If I do this I may as well get rid of the RV082 and put back our old router which I rather wouldn't do. Does anyone know how to do either option #1 or option #2? Do you have another solution that may work for me?