Had a quick google and a search through these forums and am a little suprised I've not seen a mention of this, unless my searching is somewhat buggy itself, which is distinctly possible.
I've been playing around with the Cisco RV180s for a while now and have come across a problem with the subnet calculation in the static routes and routing table. Essentially, if I configure up a static route for a /16 it's entered in the routing table as a /13. If I add a /24 it's entered in the routing table as a /16. I haven't tested every subnet size and combinations but this looks like a fairly fundamental maths bug.
Has anyone else come across this issue?
As a side note, I notice that the 188.8.131.52 release notes state the removal of SSH Server, however, I can not find any reference to it's existance prior to 184.108.40.206, did/does it exist in 220.127.116.11 and if so where? .
Screenshots are below and an extract from the configuration file for reference.
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