Our company owns an RV042 Linksys. We use Load Balancing and we have binded Protocol 433 https to WAN2. You can find a screenshot of the configuration in attachment. We also have the latest firmware 1.3.12 19-tm.
This is what happens :
People outside the company use Outlook Anywhere (RPC over HTTPS). After establising the initial connection between Outlook and our internal Exchange server all communications go through WAN2. But at random intervals (after 15 minutes for instance) the client receives https communication comming from WAN1. Needless to say Outlook Anywhere loses its connection.
I'm thinking this is a bug by design.
Can someone please confirm this ?
I've seen another post by a user named Marc Webb that has the exact same issue, with no reply whatsoever.
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