Very nice... It's got a new look that I'm digging, plust it's got the "weight" of a business class router, which illustrates some work has been put into it. I'm just getting in from work, but I've got the steam left to play around with this for a minute or so tonight before really laying into it tomorrow.
Has anyone else gotten theirs yet?
Mistake on my part, Simon. The RV220 doesn't have a PPPoA (only PPPoE) option in the menu but I believe you can still set it up for PPoE because I set my WRV200 and WRV210 up to use PPPoE when I was in England
Kevin, let me know how you do getting it setup to advertise your mail server; I'm having an issue getting mail through. I think there's something I'm missing (see attached).
Don, I've attached comments to the picture.
just a thought...
I wonder if this is a similar issue with VLANs and the RV042/RV082 where it defaulted to VLAN1 (possibly) I remeber quite alot of users were caught out with this issue.
I didnot see any documentation which indicated of any limitation/restriction when configuring 1-to-1 nat server that is on different vlan. I'll ask the design/engineering team about this. Stay tune and I'll keep you posted.
Sean Kelly is our newest tester (he's an infrastructure guy I work with). He should be getting his hardware shortly.