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Cisco’s security team has released an advisory for: RV340 Series Small Business routers (PSIRT Notice)  Fix for bug CSCwc53007- RV34x GUI not accessible –  The recommended fix is to upgrade to firmware version 1.0.03.29RV082, RV042, RV016 (PSIRT Noti...

CoreyP319 by Cisco Employee
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CoreyP319 by Cisco Employee
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I am looking for a vpn solution for my client. He needs to connect three laptops in the field (remotely) to a dedicated license server in another location. At the moment he uses Windows 10 builtin vpn but this doesn't handle three concurrent connecti...

itbookham by Level 1
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Hi Folks,I've recently purchased an RV320 and am struggling to get any type of VPN to work with it. The EasyVPN doesn't want to play at all and when trying OpenVPN I get a certificate error at the client end. Looking at the 'self-signed' certificate ...

Hi All, I'm trying to use an RV110W with ip filtering on inbound rules. from testing it, i find this doesn't work.it works if i single port forward, however there is not filtering capability. just forward the port and anyone can access the device. if...

Hi everyone, i´m installing a RV325 SMB Router on a client. This client has a WAN internet link (WAN1) and now they are adding a WAN deddicated link (WAN2) to another site (also with a RV325). I´m having trouble configuring the two wan links, because...

All we get is "kb/s" which I assume means kilobytes per second, but there's no clarification anywhere (I checked the manual) as to what that unit is, and it seems like it might not mean kilobytes per second. In any case, there's a big difference betw...

sudoISS by Level 1
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