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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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Hello!   This sticky-post will serve as a sign-post for incoming community members. Below you will find links to pages that you may find helpful.    Virtual Assistant - Discover support content and options for your gearSupport page index - Contains a...

CoreyP319 by Cisco Employee
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Hi,I have following issue with RV220W - the router seems to be dropping parts of traffic coming through it. The unit is brand new, the firewall is turned off, there are about 20 computers and 15 VOIP phones connected to it via Zyxel GS1910-48; all IP...

man1k1234 by Level 1
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Recently we have purchased a few SRP541W for our small branch office VPN sites. While working with the config I have discovered that when trying to create a IPSec VPN policy, I am limited to only one "remote network" entry. This is typically not how ...

Hello everybody.I am using an SRP541W router and i am trying to configure 2 vlans, each one to use its own Wan:Here are the dhcprules and vlans:As can be seen, each one has its own wan interface.Vlans:As can be seen, each vlan is using its own ports ...

In the last couple weeks my router has begun to lock up / freeze.  Not sure the appropriate terminology to use for this.  The end result is wireless and wired connections stop functioning.  I can't connect to the routers web interface via wired.  I c...

Hi Guys,I have a customer that has been allocated an IP range by the ISP.203.100.251.120/29 for example.The Cisco router gets its IP of 110.x.x.x which is fine, and I can add a sub-interface with an IP in that 203.100.251.120 range and am able to pin...