I currently use the WRVS4400n v2 (latest update) for my small business. I store and transmit data that contains credit card information and need to be PCI compliant. Regardless of which settings I change on the router, like turning off remote management, I keep failing the scan. ControlScan uses Nessus and the results are below (2 vulnerabilities).
I did some research and spent some time with Cisco Sales Chat and they recommended a ASA5500 only to realize that it too had the same vulnerabilities. I did more research and it seemed that the SA520w (I need wireless) would do it but I found a thread on this forum saying that a client who had the SA520w did not pass the scan failed due to SSL vulerability (need v3+ ?). The thread is at https://supportforums.cisco.com/thread./2060512
Question: What router/appliance should I use to be PCI compliant? Three has to be something, we're talking, this is Cisco.
As i understand right now none of the Small Business router are PCI compliance ever since PCI 3.0 was released. How you overcome this; you'll need to forward any ports you are failing on to a ghost IP.. Ghost ip (any ip address that isn 't being used) If you are using those ports , then you will lose that service as the router isn't PCI 3.0 compliant.
I use the router and remote login via VPN and I think (although I need to make sure) the failing port (60443) is used for VPN so that would not work. I checked the ASA5505 and the price seems reasonable so I will give it a try. Any suggestion on where to buy and get support in case I need it?