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RV082 Firmware 1.1.4 is out now

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Anonymous
June 18, 2004 4:09:56 PM

Archived from groups: comp.dcom.vpn (More info?)

I've been using it for a few days. It's very stable and has some great
enhancements.

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Linksys- A Division of Cisco System, Inc.

Firmware Date : June 2nd 2004
Current Firmware : Version 1.1.4
Product Part No : RV082
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RV082 Firmware Revision History

v1.1.4 2004/06/02
1. In [service management] setting, allow users to define port range
overlapped with well-known ports in list.
2. In Dual WAN mode, allow users to connect WAN1 and WAN2 to the same
remote gateway, even if to the same physical address.
3. In Dual WAN mode, solve the problem that failed to install DNS
server in LAN.
4. Solve the IPSec client-to-gateway handling problem occurs in v1.1.3
5. Solve the Remote management problem that failed to use port 8080
occurred in v1.1.3 and v1.1.3.1

v1.1.3.1 2004/05/25
1. This version is only for test purpose. It attempts to solve the DNS
problem in Argentina.

v1.1.3 2004/05/21
1. Fixed a fatal DNS handling bug occurs in v1.1.2.
This bug made DNS related functions, such as IPSec DNS Resolved, DNS
Name Lookup and DNS proxy, worked abnormally.

v1.1.2 2004/05/19
1. Solved the IPSec problem that tunnel connected but failed to
transfer data.
2. Enlarge the maximum NAT concurrent sessions to 20000.
3. Using the cramfs file system to enlarge the system memory.
4. Solved the problem that the WAN interface goes up and down
unexpectedly when heavy loaded.
5. Modified DNS module in order to solve a DNS problem occurred when
connects to specific Name Server.
6. Support the Transparent Bridge mode.
Purpose: Installing RV082 dose not need to change legacy network
settings.


7. Allow users to specify DMZ port as an IP addresses range.


8. Support the Network Service Detection functionality.
Purpose: It detects the connectivity between Router and specified
host.
It will log messages or remove connection when connection dropped.


9. Support the Protocol Binding functionality. It allows users to
specify IP or/and service passing through the specified WAN port.


10. Remove the Bandwidth Threshold options. Because it got hard to
understand when it working together with the Protocol Binding.


11. Support the VLAN setting. The stations on the different VLAN group
can not communicate with each other.
For example: port1~4 set VLAN group as VLAN1, and port5~8 set as
VLAN2. The port 1~4 users can access internet and communicate each
other, but they can not communicate with port 5~8 users.

12. On [Firewall -> General] page, added Restrict Web Features options
to block Java/Cookies/ActiveX/…etc,.


13. On [Firewall -> Content Filter] page, added Website Blocking by
Keywords options.


14. Support the DNS Resolved functionality. It allows users to specify
the IPSec Remote Security Gateway IP as a DDNS name

More about : rv082 firmware

June 22, 2004 8:25:40 AM

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How are you finding the RV082? I am thinking about using this unit for
failover between Telstra cable and TPG ADSL. Your post suggests that
you are happy with it's performance, I have had nothing but hassles
from all the low end (Netgear, D-Link, Linksys) network routers in VPN
usage.

- Lloyd

funarama@excite.com (hazardous) wrote in message news:<befebf78.0406181109.3e9cc6ec@posting.google.com>...
> I've been using it for a few days. It's very stable and has some great
> enhancements.
>
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> Linksys- A Division of Cisco System, Inc.
>
> Firmware Date : June 2nd 2004
> Current Firmware : Version 1.1.4
> Product Part No : RV082
> ----------------------
>
> RV082 Firmware Revision History
>
> v1.1.4 2004/06/02
> 1. In [service management] setting, allow users to define port range
> overlapped with well-known ports in list.
> 2. In Dual WAN mode, allow users to connect WAN1 and WAN2 to the same
> remote gateway, even if to the same physical address.
> 3. In Dual WAN mode, solve the problem that failed to install DNS
> server in LAN.
> 4. Solve the IPSec client-to-gateway handling problem occurs in v1.1.3
> 5. Solve the Remote management problem that failed to use port 8080
> occurred in v1.1.3 and v1.1.3.1
>
> v1.1.3.1 2004/05/25
> 1. This version is only for test purpose. It attempts to solve the DNS
> problem in Argentina.
>
> v1.1.3 2004/05/21
> 1. Fixed a fatal DNS handling bug occurs in v1.1.2.
> This bug made DNS related functions, such as IPSec DNS Resolved, DNS
> Name Lookup and DNS proxy, worked abnormally.
>
> v1.1.2 2004/05/19
> 1. Solved the IPSec problem that tunnel connected but failed to
> transfer data.
> 2. Enlarge the maximum NAT concurrent sessions to 20000.
> 3. Using the cramfs file system to enlarge the system memory.
> 4. Solved the problem that the WAN interface goes up and down
> unexpectedly when heavy loaded.
> 5. Modified DNS module in order to solve a DNS problem occurred when
> connects to specific Name Server.
> 6. Support the Transparent Bridge mode.
> Purpose: Installing RV082 dose not need to change legacy network
> settings.
>
>
> 7. Allow users to specify DMZ port as an IP addresses range.
>
>
> 8. Support the Network Service Detection functionality.
> Purpose: It detects the connectivity between Router and specified
> host.
> It will log messages or remove connection when connection dropped.
>
>
> 9. Support the Protocol Binding functionality. It allows users to
> specify IP or/and service passing through the specified WAN port.
>
>
> 10. Remove the Bandwidth Threshold options. Because it got hard to
> understand when it working together with the Protocol Binding.
>
>
> 11. Support the VLAN setting. The stations on the different VLAN group
> can not communicate with each other.
> For example: port1~4 set VLAN group as VLAN1, and port5~8 set as
> VLAN2. The port 1~4 users can access internet and communicate each
> other, but they can not communicate with port 5~8 users.
>
> 12. On [Firewall -> General] page, added Restrict Web Features options
> to block Java/Cookies/ActiveX/?etc,.
>
>
> 13. On [Firewall -> Content Filter] page, added Website Blocking by
> Keywords options.
>
>
> 14. Support the DNS Resolved functionality. It allows users to specify
> the IPSec Remote Security Gateway IP as a DDNS name
Anonymous
June 25, 2004 1:41:55 PM

Archived from groups: comp.dcom.vpn (More info?)

I've had nothing but trouble with this router on firmware 1.0.11 - my
issues with it are WAN lock ups, no NAT on WAN2, and web interface
failures requiring a hard reset.

I've just upgraded to the 1.1.4 and I'm hoping those issues are a
thing of the past.

-Jason

shanksl@iqtec.com.au (Lloyd) wrote in message news:<bcd24043.0406220325.2de88531@posting.google.com>...
> How are you finding the RV082? I am thinking about using this unit for
> failover between Telstra cable and TPG ADSL. Your post suggests that
> you are happy with it's performance, I have had nothing but hassles
> from all the low end (Netgear, D-Link, Linksys) network routers in VPN
> usage.
>
> - Lloyd
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Anonymous
July 5, 2004 12:27:59 PM

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shanksl@iqtec.com.au (Lloyd) wrote in message news:<bcd24043.0406220325.2de88531@posting.google.com>...
> How are you finding the RV082? I am thinking about using this unit for
> failover between Telstra cable and TPG ADSL. Your post suggests that
> you are happy with it's performance, I have had nothing but hassles
> from all the low end (Netgear, D-Link, Linksys) network routers in VPN
> usage.
>
> - Lloyd
>

Hi Lloyd, I did a manual test of the auto-failover and it works
flawlessly and instantaneously between Group Telecom ADSL to SHAW
Cable. The speed is great on the unit. The encrypted throuphput is
quite fast as well. With these last fixes I would recommend this
device to anyone. You can't beat the pricepoint with the
features included.

TCP VPN Throughput test using QCHECK

rom (Endpoint 1) localhost
To (Endpoint 2) 192.168.x.x
Protocol TCP
Start Time 6/18/2004 1:05:29 PM
Stop Time 6/18/2004 1:05:37 PM

Data Size 500 kBytes

Throughput Results
Throughput 514.603 kbps

Endpoint Details
Endpoint 1 Endpoint 2
IP Address localhost 192.168.x.x
Endpoint Version 5.1 Build 2407 (Retail) 5.1 Build 2407 (Retail)
Operating System Windows XP (32-bit) 5.1 Build 2600 Service Pack 1
Windows NT 4.0 Build 1381 Service Pack 6
Memory 1047276 (KB) 261548 (KB)

They just released another update (1.1.5)as well that fixes the
following issues.


Linksys- A Division of Cisco System, Inc.

Firmware Date : June 2nd 2004
Current Firmware : Version 1.1.4
Product Part No : RV082
----------------------

RV082 Firmware Revision History

v1.1.5 2004/06/19
1. In [Port Triggering] setting, allow users to configure port number
as 0
2. Solve a problem that failed to transmit packets form WAN1 to DMZ
port if users configured WAN2 port as DMZ. This problem occurred in
v1.1.2 through v1.1.4.
3. Improve the compatibility of IPSec pass-through functionality
July 6, 2011 6:28:40 AM

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