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Cisco Wireless-N VPN Firewall – Router


Cisco Wireless-N VPN Firewall - Router


Cisco Wireless-N VPN FirewallCisco RV 120W Wireless-N VPN Firewall combines secure connectivity to theInternet, site to site, and remote access?with ahigh-speed, 802.11n wireless access point, a 4-port switch, and an intuitive, browser-based device manager, along with support for Cisco FindIT, a free network discovery utility, all at a very affordable price.

  • Integrated four-port 10/100 Mbps switch provides quality of service (QoS) and VLAN support
  • Support for Cisco FindIT Network Discovery Utility

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Question by Wali: How to configure my Cisco Linksys wireless router to a new modem?
ok so I changed my internet service provider, and I have a new modem, so I’m trying to configure my router to this new modem, but haven’t been able to…I tried to do it by running the Installation CD that came with my wireless router but it says to restore my modem to factory settings, and it doesn’t say how? WTF?…Anyways, my brain is a little clogged right now, any other day I would’ve figured this out quick, but today I need help. LOL. Please help me!

Best answer:

Answer by mercutio117
Hold the reset button (very small button) down, with a pen for 15 seconds then release.

Or, if you changed your isp to time warner cable, call them and give them the modem’s mac address. it is on the back of the modem, or the bottom

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What customers say about Cisco Wireless-N VPN Firewall – Router?

  1. The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments
    13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Works, with some serious shortcomings, September 21, 2010
    By 
    BBB (Maryland, USA) –

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Cisco Wireless-N VPN Firewall – Router (Personal Computers)
    The biggest problem this device has is bad documentation. Although it is a long document, it doesn’t say anything, it just repeats the user interface on the device. It doesn’t go on to explain things.

    The second problem is that it is just not ready yet. There are a lot of little glitches, and a few major ones. Currently there is only the first version of the firmware available. You probably want to wait for the next update.

    Don’t consider this unless you have some business networking experience. Don’t expect to just plug it in and go. You need to review the many options and make sure they are set correctly. From looking at other reviews, a lot of the other people buying this have troubles because they don’t know what a lot of the settings do and have no idea whether it is configured properly. Given the state of documentation, that isn’t their fault.

    Major problems: The QuickVPN client (that you run on your laptops to connect over the VPN) requires Administrator rights to work. From a security point of view, this is anti-security. Also, there are no diagnostics if the QuickVPN doesn’t connect so you have no help figuring out if the problem was permissions, bad password, already connected, some intermediate device dropping IPSEC, etc.

    You need to disable the UDP Flood attack check that is enabled by default. This can block outbound DNS requests and interferes with some web pages and will kill an internal caching DNS server.

    If you connect to the ISP with a static IP address and the WAN interface disconnects (upstream device reset, power loss, cable pulled), it stays disabled until you manually log in to the RV120W and re-enable it. Obviously, this must be done locally, where you may not have staff to do it.

    Minor problems: QuickVPN does not give you a local IP address (like L2TP/PPTP) so you may have other issues since your network sees a foreign address. If you try to connect to administer the device over HTTP, it doesn’t redirect to HTTPS, but it doesn’t work either. The administration interface is sluggish at best. Occasionally the CPU seems to peg at 100% for no apparent reason. This will hurt performance when it happens. The logs are obviously a mishmash of different software components and don’t use a common format, even for the date/time stamp so they are not always time sorted. I haven’t gotten remote logging to work yet. The logs include a lot of things you probably don’t care about and don’t include some that you probably do.

    Note there are plenty of functions I haven’t used (including wireless) that I can’t comment on.

    All that said, I’ve decided to keep the unit. I measured 16Mb/s VPN throughput (using QuickVPN) which is enough to max the ISP connection. It is small and draws little power. It has a number of firewall features I need, some very nice ones like packet capture, and after way, Way, WAY too much time to figure out how to set up, actually does work.

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  2. stem
    The manufacturer commented on this review(What’s this?)
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    Jun 10, 2011 11:19:12 AM PDT

    Hi BBB,

    Thank you for your feedback! We are continually working to improve the user experience and that includes documentation.

    Regarding the other problems you encountered, did you try contacting Small Business Support (http://www.cisco.com/go/smallbizhelp)? The Small Business Support Community (http://www.cisco.com/go/smallbizsupport) is another good resource to get the help you need.

    Thanks again for your comments. They’re helpful as we continue to improve our products.

    Diana
    Cisco Small Business Team

     
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  4. The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Powerfull feature set but a bit unstable, April 5, 2011
    By 
    JP

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Cisco Wireless-N VPN Firewall – Router (Personal Computers)
    I purchased this device as a replacement for higher end Cisco devices that have networking limitations (such as the ASA5505 and the 871W). The key features that I liked on this model where:

    Multi-VLAN capabilities and Inter VLAN Routing
    The ability to tie several WIFI SSIDs into the appliance.
    The big one.. IPSEC VPN capabilities built into the appliance. Can be used as an EZVPN Client in NE mode.
    The price point was also far sweeter on this small business line vs the higher end Cisco appliances.

    Now for the Cons:

    If you have read the other posts on the code not being stable and the configuration being a bit troublesome to deal with. They are right.
    I found several bugs with regards to the ability to configure the VPN elements and to keep them running, but I was able to find workarounds that didn’t involve rebooting the RV every night.
    There also seems to be a random lag when accessing certain content from the web which I am assuming means somewhere the device is dropping packets but this is not confirmed.
    No built-in PoE (a single port or two would have been awesome)

    In summary. Like any other version 1 code release I would expect things not to be overly polished just yet but I do hope Cisco pumps out a new code release soon. For the cost of the device and I would hope a few more code revisions to stabilize some functionality this product is a great buy over other SOHO models.

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  5. stem
    The manufacturer commented on this review(What’s this?)
    Posted on
    Jun 9, 2011 2:41:55 PM PDT

    Hi JP!

    Thank you for the feedback! We appreciate the helpful comments. Glad to hear you are overall satisfied with your router. For further support, feel free to visit the Small Business Support Community (http://www.cisco.com/go/smallbizsupport) and follow us on Twitter (@CiscoSBsupport). We are listening!

    Thank You,

    Diana
    Cisco Small Business Team

     
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  7. The manufacturer commented on the review belowSee comments
    12 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Preliminary thumbs up., May 11, 2010
    By 
    Huh? Wha? (WA) –

    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Cisco Wireless-N VPN Firewall – Router (Personal Computers)
    Ok, after waiting for this to come back in stock for a few weeks, I finally got it. I’ve had Linksys, D-Link, and Netgear network hardware, and wasn’t satisfied by them. Yes, I know Linksys is owned by Cisco, but let’s face it, if you know networking, you know they AREN’T the same.

    Now before I get flack for my title, the setup being easy is relative to your savvy. If you’ve never heard of VPN, don’t know what QOS or SPI stand for and actually mean, this probably isn’t the route to take. There are TONS of decent home user level routers that do what you want, and are probably a bit easier to determine what features you want to use or don’t want to use. Now, for the rest, this is a decent buy.

    Not that I’m a CCNA or above, but I know when I don’t get what I want out of a router. I also know that I love to tinker with my tech toys, and this gives me the freedom to giggle like a fool while I fiddle with the features. All in all, thumbs up.

    Pros:
    * Price. Let’s face it; the Cisco Small Business line is a smashing deal. Cisco gear at a decent price? That’s not to say that Linksys or Netgear doesn’t make their “Professional Series” gear with the same functionality, but I trust Cisco. At ~150 bucks, you can’t beat it.
    * All the nitty gritty features that everyone wants, but no one wants to setup via the CLI, can be done through the web setup interface. In fact, you have no choice (that being said, don’t go nuts on this point until you see Cons).
    * Logging. Yes, logging. Basic, but necessary. The routers I’ve known didn’t have logs available.
    * Status reports. View how your router’s doing. Things going slowly and suspect an attack? You can check your router’s logs and the reports to see if things indicate an attack. How many home users can say that?!

    Cons:
    * No command line option. At least not that I’ve read about or seen. Correct me if I’m wrong. I’m not sure how viable this is for a business as this is the case.
    * Setup can be a bit touchy, though overall it isn’t bad. The detecting router portion of it was a bit flaky, but again, not something that was a deal breaker.

    Conclusion:
    This is a power users router, or an extremely small business router that doesn’t have a network administrator/NOC. Not something I’d implement if you have those things and if you need completely customized configurations. It just won’t have all the flexibility or power of a higher scale solution.

    I’ll update this after I use the router more, but thus far, it’s neat. We’ll see if the Cisco quality came along with the branding on the small business series.

    Update:

    This thing, is garbage. After a bit more use, this thing became unusable due to crosstalk from wireless devices (cordless phone, air card, etc..). Get it anywhere in range of those items, and you’ll watch CPU shoot to 100%, which slows traffic flow to a crawl. Nothing you disable/enable will fix this (that I’d tried). There may have been a firmware update since I switched to my Juniper a month later, but based on my experience — run!

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  8. stem
    The manufacturer commented on this review(What’s this?)
    Posted on
    Jun 7, 2011 3:12:46 PM PDT

    Hi Huh? Wha?,
    Thank you for the positive comments! We really appreciate the feedback, and are happy to hear you are overall satisfied with your purchase.

    Thank You,

    Diana
    Cisco Small Business Team

     
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  10. What? You shouldn’t have to set up your router again at all! Why are you doing this?

    Just plug it in to the new modem and go!

    Sheeeze.

  11. there is a small reset botton, use that.
    answer mine pls:
    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20120130143443AAxXGxN

  12. Good grief, do not reset your router like some of these people are suggesting. Resetting it will blow away all of your settings, when all you want to do is change one setting. It would help if you told us who your ISP was and currently is. If you have DSL, be sure to set the router’s connection type to PPPoE. If you have Cable/FIOS, make sure to set its connection type to DHCP. You don’t need to reset the modem or the router, just be sure to set the correct connection type, as I assume you switched from Cable to DSL or vice versa. Lastly, power cycle the router and modem, and this will get you online.


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