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port forward dual wan rv320 same port different wan to host

carol75
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Hi all,

I'm stuck on a problem. It was easy on ISR but difficult with the old RV320.

The router is configured Dual Wan, balanced.

I need the following kind of port forward, let's say for eg. port 80. If the request come using WAN1 the router will forward to Host1. If the request come using WAN2, the router will forward to Host2.

On router, in forwarding there is no option to choose interface, the CLI is for just two things, so will not help..

Any idea?

Thanks a lot!

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balaji.bandi
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Not sure this may be Limitation of 320 

But as per RV345 check below you can use Pull down menu to use interface ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Esr49TJ74V8

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no, there is not such item. Which normally should be...

Contact SMB TAC for advise if that option not available and you are on latest firmware.

 

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hope to know somebody an answer. As I need only for a DNS server I could use one more public IP. Normal the forward should work is a Cisco after all I'm using as temporary that's why I don't want to use a new public IP.

carol75
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The single solution I found was add a router which connects to wan2 and some ports will forward directly to wan2, and some to hosts which are intended to.

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