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  • New Firmware Available for the RV340 Series Router Family! posted Apr 30, 2019
This includes the RV340, RV340W, RV345, and RV345P. To learn more and get the latest Firmware version click here

  • Important Update: Cisco RV340 Series and Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client posted Nov 10, 2018
The RV340 Series supports Remote Tunnel Termination of the best-selling and easy to use Cisco AnyConnect Secure Mobility Client... read more
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RV320 log times frozen?

Why do logs from the RV320 all have the same time?  This apparent bug makes it hard to troubleshoot dropouts!

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Re: RV320 log times frozen?

I have a couple of RV320's and I have this problem too !

Log times are all the same, the time renews only if I make "Clean log" or if I restart the router.

Please fix this ASAP.

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Re: RV320 log times frozen?

Since Cisco does not seem to care about its buggy firmware for the small business sector, next time I'll buy Ubiquiti, but in the meantime, here is a workaround that solves the immediate issue.

Set the RV320 to forward  logs to the IP address of a Sys Log server on the same network.  I have a couple of RPis on the same network segment so I started rsyslog (built-in to Jessie and Buster) on one of them and then set logrorate as a cron job to clean the logs once each month.  The only problem I had was getting the RPi to listen on TCP port 514 because it seems a Pi restart is needed after changing these settings, so remember to use sudo reboot now after changing the Pi settings.

Now, RV320 log events are sent to the Pi where they are timestamped in UTC.

Here is a link to a How To

 

https://blog.sawbox.net/2018/05/13/raspberry-pi-centralized-log-server/

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Re: RV320 log times frozen?

Thank you, good idea.

This is not my only problem with RV320. The firewall access rules are a nightmare that never stops.

Right now I am testing MikroTik and Ubiquiti for our clients. Cisco, you don't want my client's money ? Bye bye then !