I have 2 ISPs (Vivo and NET) on load balancing by my Cisco RV340. This makes outside internet peers to see me as if I kept alternating 2 different IPs, because each connection is randomly sent to one of them.
I bought a small PC a week ago and installed Ubuntu on it and now installed a Tor bridge relay. Its log is showing messages like
Your network connection speed appears to have changed. Resetting timeout to 60s after 18 timeouts,
Our IP Address has changed from XXXXXXX to YYYYYYY; rebuilding descriptor.
To make it worse, NET ISP has port forwarding blocked. DMZ and manual forwarding was tried on its modem and it was in vain, I'm believing they are blocking inbound connections from outside their modem. Vivo is working fine, including DMZ.
My server is connected to router as a simple cable, and ALAIK this load balancing is transparent to my PCs, I can't setup them to use only 1 specific ISP. I also looked around RV340 admin for something that could help and found nothing.
Any idea what I could do to make my relay work healthy?