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After installing RV042 We can no longer log in to bank account

After installing the RV042, we can no longer log in to our business bank account.  My personal account works but it is a different bank.  Does anyone know what could be causing this?              

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After installing RV042 We can no longer log in to bank account

are you using Dual Wan? ie two internet wan links?  you many need to bind the https protocol to one WAN port or the other.

Regards Simon
Beginner

After installing RV042 We can no longer log in to bank account

Yes we are using two wan links.  I have looked at binding the https protocol.  One question, is there a way to bind it without having to specify and ip address or ip range?  I want to bind all https protocols packets to one wan port.

Enthusiast

After installing RV042 We can no longer log in to bank account

I'm sure there should be, i'm at work at present and cant remember off the top of my head about binding, will look when i get home...

I thought it was just a matter or binding the protocol to a wan port of your choice...

Regards Simon
Enthusiast

Re: After installing RV042 We can no longer log in to bank accou

Just looked into my RV042 v1...

The IP address range is the IP address of your local lan devices.  so if your using 192.168.1.0/24 as your DHCP scope then use

Tick either WAN1 or WAN2 (not both)

Service = https

192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.254 as the IP range.

Direction - Upstream

Set your min/max rates

Tick "Enable"

Click on add to List

and Save Setting.

Rate Control 
Interface

: Check the WAN interface box, and the Rate Control Rule will apply to the selected interface (s).


Service:

Select the Service from the drop-down menu. If the Service you need to control is not in the drop down menu list, please click Service Management to add the Service.

IP:

Enter the IP Address or IP range you need to control. The default is zero which includes all internal IP addresses.

Direction:

Select

Upstream

for outbound traffic or

Downstream

for inbound traffic from the drop-down menu.

Mini.

Rate (Kbit/sec): Enter the Mini. Rate for guaranteeing bandwidth.

Max

. Rate (Kbit/sec): Enter the Max Rate for limiting bandwidth.

Enable

: Check the box to enable this Rate Control Rule. 

Add to list

: After set up the rule, click the Add to list button. The max entry is 100.

Simon

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Regards Simon