I have a RVS400 4 port gigabit security router with the latest firmware. I am configuring security cameras that require UPnP enabled on the router. I have enabled UPnP on the router and it appars that it is not working. The router cannot be seen from the network devices page within the Windows Vista workstation. In addition, Microsofts internet conectivity evaluation tool indicates that UPnP is not fuctioning on the router. I've seen posts on this topic but no solution. Can anyone help? Thanks Mike
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Dave, Thank you very much. I think you are right this is likely a camera issue. Just to make sure I have a few more questions. I'm having trouble correlating your table with the switch config (You can see that I'm not the sharpest tool in the shop!). I have no issue adding ports to the VLAN. I'm confused with the port settings(see the last screen shot on page 4 of the attachment for the VLAN port config screen). Is it correct for port 7 to have a PVID of 2, accepting all frames, and only "enable Tx force untag" checked? Is it correct for port 3 to have a PVID of 1 , accepting only tagged frames, and "Enable Ingress filter" checked? If this it is a camera limitation and the camera needs to be on the same network, could I add port 1(desktop) to vlan 1 and Vlan 2? My Desktop supports Vlan tagging and I could create a virtual enet port on VLAN 2. If so what would be the settings for port 1 in the attached VLAN port config screen? Thanks again for the help!
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