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Hi Experts,

I have a very strange problem. I have a Netgear SRX5308 Multi-WAN router. I configured the first internet connection and the router works a treat.

When i go to configure the second and/or third internet connections. The router kicks me out and i cannot connect back to it unless i unplug WAN 2 & 3 and reboot the router using WAN 1.

Modems that I am using are the Linksys AM-300 ADSL2/2+ modems.

Thank you in advance.



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Do you have these set up as a failover in your router?  most routers will make you define a preference os WAN interfaces in a fiaolver order.
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