I just bought an RV220w. My first act was updating th firmware to 184.108.40.206. Unfortunately I was not able to configure the router for vlan purpose 'cause the "Port VLAN" point was missing in the webinterface. I performed several factory reset but it didnt work for me - so I got back to firmware 220.127.116.11.
Is there any timeframe on an update for the RV220W firmware? I have had to take mine out of production due to it freezing up/locking up under medium loads. DNS queries (dig) don't respond, pings outside of the network don't respond. Pings to the router DO respond. SSH responds but I have no login info to proceed further. The config (web) page doesn't respond. Interesting enough nntp (news groups) DO respond and download fine. Eventually the unit catches up and the config page shows back up. I wish there was a way to login via the ssh to see what is going on internally with processes. I will have to find time eventually. Right now my old Linksys 54G with DD-WRT is smoking the Cisco router's performance.
I have tried to update firmware on a RV220W. Something stopped and now it won`t start. The power led blinks a few times and goes off, the LAN and WAN port wich is connected is lit. I have tried 10 seconds reset button but nothing happens.
I've previously upgraded the firmware on our RV220W from 18.104.22.168 to 22.214.171.124 without any problems but all attempts to upgrade to the latest version 126.96.36.199 fails with the following message "Upgrade failed due to invalid/corrupted firmware". The router then automatically reboots with the current firmware.
We've already tried re-downloading and applying the update from several different machines using different operating systems and browsers without success. How to apply this firmware version successfully? We really need one of the VLAN fixes included in this latest version!
I just downloaded and tried to apply the latest Firmware update to my dcs-930l. It failed or timed out. Now the camera is unusable. I tried the hard reset, several times, holding it in for 10 seconds after 3 seconds did not work. I held it in for 3 seconds, waited 1 minute, and just got a flashing red light. I did the same thing after holding reset in for 10 seconds. I have unplugged and replugged in the network cable on both ends several times and turned the power off and on on the router and camera several times. The camera only blinks with a red flashing light. Is it a brick now? Is there any other magic tricks to try?
My 1 day old WAG160N doesn't seem to want to work after upgrading the firmware. Its the V2 Annex A so I made sure I had the right file, followed the instructions on the site and all went fine, router updated and rebooted. After the reboot I held the reset button for the 30 seconds as suggested, plugged in the ethernet to my laptop and popped in the CD to set it up again.Going through the setup it got to the point of detecting the router and could not find it, checked the lights on the router and the only one lit is the ethernet that the laptop was plugged into, none of the others were. I switched off the router and turned it back on, the power light and the ethernet lights all lit up, then the power light went red and a few seconds later went off. Ethernet light was still on.
Have an SRW2024 that I was updating firmware and it got interrupted. Now I can't access the switch from either console or IP. Switch will not pass traffic. Is there a way to get this switch completely reset so I reconfigure and use it again?
Had just purchased a new DCS942L unit and had it setup fine. Registered it on the web and the web stated that it needed a firmware update. Connected with hard line and started update. After 5min webapp said device timed out. When I went to rest camera could no longer get a connection of any kind.
I have a Cisco RV220W updated to latest firmware 188.8.131.52. I have been trying to get a VPN setup for the past few days without success. We had a test VPN up and running previously, but when we changed the IP's and secret key to connect the live VPN tunnel it failed and we haven't been able to get it working since.We have deleted both ends, rebuilt them probably 6 times each. We have changed secret keys, tried 3DES, AES, and AES256 encryptions with SHA-1. All the internal IP settings are correct :IE 192.168.1.1/24 or 192.168.1.1 255.255.255.0,External IP's are right, only oddball thing here is one of the external IP's is assigned by DHCP and is a /22 although the previous tunnel worked with the same ISP.
The router had firmware 2.0.x(?) and I tried to update to the latest FW, according to the webpage that's
Hardware is E1000 v2 according to sticker on back.The firmware update failed (no reason given) and the router now hangs in limbo where all it does is flashing the power LED.I set my PC to 19?184.108.40.206 and TFTP'd the firmware over to 192.168.1.1 - no errors reported and 192.168.1.1 is pingable. Held reset for 30s, then powered down the router for another 30s. On power-up the router still flashes the power LED.
i have a RV220W and absolutely nothings functional on this stupid Router, no NAT , no Port Forwarding and I cant access my Network from Outside. Any firmware link for downloading. This address works, its handling special webrequest.
I noticed one awkward thing with the latest 220.127.116.11 firmware for the Cisco Small Business RV220W router, with previous firmwares there has always been reported 128mb of system memory (RAM) under the router dashboard. And several "teardowns" of this router has confirmed it to have 128mb of memory on the router board.
Does that mean the latest 18.104.22.168 has an odd visual bug, or has the RV220W gotten it's memory sliced in half with this firmware release?
I have read every post here about port forwarding on the RV220W and none are clear. Here is my scenario.
I have 5 static IP Addresses. I want to use one of the IP addresses to setup remote access using Remote Desktop Connection from outside the office using port address translation. for example i would like to use RDC and a specific port such as 7000 and connect to an internal PC on port 3389. sounds simple. i do this all the time on Cisco ASA's, Netgear, D-link, etc. but for the life of me cannot do it on this cisco firewall. so the port address should look like 22.214.171.124:7000 and connect to 192.168.1.25:3389. i have tried everything based on the posts without luck.
I have a Cisco rv220w. I just tried updating the firmware. I used RV220W-Firmware-126.96.36.199.img. It rebooted, and now there is no DHCP and no access to anything. I tried the reset button for 10 seconds. That didn't do anything. The WAN and all the LAN lights light up. Power is on and solid. The light blinks alternating between the DMZ and the blank space to the right of wireless. How can I get this back to factory defaults?
We need to update the firmware for a small business router WRVS4400N. Unfortunately, I can't even burn the ISO file to CD after downloading it as instructed. I get the following error message: "The selected disk image file Isn't valid." I'm using a Windows 7 Ultimate computer.
I downloaded the proper firmware update for my version V188.8.131.52 router several times, but each time I get the same message.
The main reason we purchased this router for our business for for the extra layer of protection with ProtectLink. It has been over two years now, and we still have not got our ProtectLink service installed because we are unable to install the service until the firmware is updated.
After doing some research online, we found-out that the ISO file needs to be padded to 2 Kb in order to be valid for burning. The ISO firmware file you provide for this update is not according to my calculations. We have no way of converting the file myself and don't know what to do about this situation.
We are extremely taken-back at the fact that I must submit my issue here on a forum rather than address the issue directly to Cisco Support. We are very disappointed with Cisco support as they appear to want to charge additional money just to get an initial shipped-problem remedied. You would think that the company that essential built the internet infrastructure would be more considerate to their customers. We will never purchase another Cisco product given this level of terrible support.
Do Cisco recommend me running the latest firmware update? Im just an individual who uses it for like a small web-/FTP-/Mail-server, etc. What are the recommendations? Personally I would have updated to the latest...but what are actually the Cisco recommendations?
We just purchased a new SRP 547W. When logged in with either the default admin or the cisco account there is nowhere to updare the firmware, but the manual says there is such a screen. The manual also mentions a "user list" under the "Administration" tab, but that is nowhere to be found either!
When my RV220W used firmware 184.108.40.206 the PPPoE login to AT&T/Bellsouth DSL worked just fine. I upgraded to version 220.127.116.11 and now it won't connect. The PPPoE connection still works from my prior Linksys router so there wasn't a change on the ISP side. Has something changed in firmware 18.104.22.168 that requires a change to the PPPoE profile?
DSL Modem is a Motorola Netopia (model 2210-02) with firmware 7.7.3r10 operating in Bridged mode.
It reboots randomly every day and I got the following message in the log: [rv220w] System][FIREWALL] fwPPTPGenericRules.c: inet_aton failed I saw one internet that I can ask cisco for the Beta firmware 22.214.171.124 that fix the issues(Iactually use 126.96.36.199). Is it the solution? How can I obtain the beta firmware?
i got the RV042 and want to update the fw to 4.04.xx . After a few minutes, the browser wanted to perform the update again. I agreed and now, the webinterface isnt available and i cant get a IP from the router. So I tried to reset the router twice. After no success, I performed a factory-reset, which should work when I pressed the reset-button at least for 30 sec.Now the DIAG-LED blinks in a ~5sec rythm.What can I do?
From an older manual it describes how to configure this. I installed the oldest firmware available for download and this feature is there. Was this just simply moved somewhere else in the newer firmware?
Configuring Port VLANs You can associate VLANS on the Cisco RV220W to the LAN ports on the device. By default, all 4 ports belong to VLAN1. You can edit these ports to associate them
I have done a firmware update at my repeater F5D8233-4. But now I have no access to the webGUI of the repeater. The SSID can be found and I can access the network. But I cannot connect a 2nd repeater now. How can I reset the old firmware?