Ordered two Verizon FIOS GB connections. I attempted to configure both WAN interfaces. WAN1 139.x.x.40 / 255.255.255.0 with gateway 139.x.x.1 no issues and runs great. The problem is WAN2 : 138.x.x.26 / 255.255.255.255 with gateway 138.x.x.1 When i attempt to enter the WAN2 configuration I get the message "IP Address and Default Gateway should be in same subnet." and the RV340 will not allow me to save this configuration. I called Verizon and asked for a new IP. They responded saying they will not issue a new IP because no errors can be detected with the IP configuration. They stated I need to contact Cisco and possibly request a firmware upgrade. Anyone else experience this issue? Any known work-around or solutions?
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