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Hi

We am configuring a router for a client : Netgear FVS336GV2

Having some issues with load balancing,
There are 2 WAN connections to the router,
Setup the necessary port bindings and port forwarding

The Issues:
Remote users connecting to the network via Remote Desktop, Exchange, or VPN keep being disconnected

something is not right? any ideas?

Thanks
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Question by:Paul-Anthony
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by:Soulja
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Insure you don't have any asymmetric routing taking place. Inbound traffic could be going into one wan interface and being routed back out the other.
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by:askincakir
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Hi,
Please check can you ping between end points.
If you can ping but cannot do the remote desktop it may be a MTU issue. Usually faced with WAN side.

Br,
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Paul-Anthony earned 0 total points
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Thanks Guys for your assistance
I contacted Netgear support, they recommended upgrading to the latest firmware which seems to have fixed  the problems,
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by:Paul-Anthony
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Problem fixed by contacting Netgear business support who were very help in resolving the issue
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