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Feb 5, 2013

We have a wifi router RV220W and we need to filter the mac address. The problem is that the number of the "allowed" devices is around 50 (not all connected at the same time), but the maximum number of mac address which can be listed in this router for each VLAN is 20, so for the moment we set 3 VLAN, each one with a different mac adderss list. This is very awkward because the area to be covered by the wifi network is large and we need repeaters, but having 3 VLAN we should put 3 repeaters for each point. Is there any way to configure this router in order to have a single VLAN but with a mac address filter list of 3 x 20 mac address?

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I have noticed that changes in MAC address filter list are applied only after reboot of router. It is inconvenient.

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bridge irb
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1. login into RV220W admin web

2. Create a VLAN, id 201

3. Go to "Multiple VLAN subnets", select the VLAN, click edit

4. Enter following info:
IP Address: 172.16.0.1
Subnet Mask: 255.255.0.0
DHCP Mode: DHCP Server
Domain Name: Cisco
Starting IP Address: 172.16.2.100
Ending IP Address: 172.16.10.254
Primary DNS Server: 172.16.0.1
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DNS proxy is enabled
 
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Jan 13, 2010

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What's up with having so much variation in how features work across routers?e.g. My DHCP Reservation issue above. This router does not work with a setup like my DGL-4500.This router allows a preset amount of services like QoS and Virtual Server entries while the DGL-4500 just lets you add entries. Now maybe there is a limit and it just looks like there is no limit. Of course, there is at least a limit that is reached when you have used a certain amount of memory with the configuration.so many routers while leaving gaps and the lack of feature explanation and comparison?I switched to this router because I wanted a dual band setup which my DGL-4500 does not provide. That leads to the issue of the new way D-Link deals with dual-band. When I purchased the router it did not list that you had to choose 2.4GHz or 5GHz or it is not simultaneous dual-band. I was duped because I used to install DWL-7100AP for people that needed better wireless options for home businesses and small businesses and that provides simultaneous dual-band and back then if it was dual-band it was simultaneous. But I am disappointed in some of the features lost like WISH support and a few options here and there which do not seem like they are specific to gaming routers and this router is more on the mid range and low high range end of consumer, prosumer, home business and lower traffic small business routers, so why is it missing these features and why does it have the limitations I listed in the "variation in how features work" section above?

Other examples of lack of feature clarity are with Game Fuel, HD FUEL and Intelligent QoS. Isn't Game Fuel Intelligent QoS of some sort. Now from the example provided in the overview for the DGL-4500, Game Fuel optimizes game performance, but it does not say this is automatic or if it works along with the rules you set in the Game Fuel section which is the same as the QoS Engine section in the DIR-825. The difference is that the DIR-825 has a "Enable QoS Engine" option while the DGL-4500 has an "Enable Game Fuel" option. It seems that Intelligent QoS does what Game Fuel does, but expands that to VOIP, Media Streaming, etc. and it may be more automatic. HD Fuel in the only place I have seen it mentioned seems to refer to the combination of Intelligent QoS and the inclusion of 5GHz wireless support. Of course there is no version and feature documentation and in fact while the overview of the DIR-825 talks about gaming with Intelligent QoS, but if you bring up a comparison of routers, the chart has no in the gaming section for the DIR-825. I can't say I have noticed better or worse gaming performance with the DIR-825 compared with the DGL-4500, but given the shear lack of documentation on how to use Game Fuel and Intelligent QoS properly, who knows if I have this setup correctly. I will say the QoS Engine section in the DIR-825 is easier to use than the Game Fuel section in the DGL-4500.

1) The ability to reduce the brightness of the status lights, set them to solid if enabled with brightness options and to set them to off with an option to have some very faint light to show that the router is on. Of course I should be able to set different options to be applied at specific times.

2) Add the applicable features missing from the DIR-825 that are found in the DGL-4500 and applicable features from other routers. Also, get them all so they work the same on each router and let get the best from them all and make that the standard. e.g. In my DHCP reservation example above don't set the standard to the limitations of the DIR-825, but make the DGL-4500 function set or better function set of all routers combined for each feature the standard with-in router categories. e.g. the DIR-825, DGL-4500 and DIR-855 would be in the high end router category for consumer, prosumer, home business and lower traffic small business routers.

3) For DHCP reservations, you should not be limited to the DHCP IP Address Range.

4) On the log-in screen, get a better captcha and fix the tab order.

5) Add a log-out option in the web interface.

6) Allow for a next hop option in the DCHP server section. It would be cool, if there could be a list of IPs allows one to be enabled at a time.

7) Allow different DHCP server settings for each network. There are 5 on the DIR-825. Wired, 2.4GHz regular, 2.4GHz Guest, 5GHz regular and 5GHz Guest. Would be nice if you could set a couple of VLANs on the Ethernet ports and then have different DHCP setings for each VLAN.

For guest wireless networks, allow rules to be set to allow access to certain services on the network. E.g. I may want to allow printing. So allow a single port or multiple ports with easy settings for consecutive port ranges to be opened to an IP, IP range or all IPs and allow all ports for an IP or range of IPs. Of course, leave the allow full access option.

8a) Allow users to set rule sets that can be enabled/disabled like the full access option.

8b) Allow a control that can be set in the rule sets that controls if the wireless devices can talk to each other and another that controls if they can access devices on the wired network and another that controls if the wireless devices can access the Internet.

8c) Allow rules above to be limited to be applied to specific MAC Addresses.

8d) These options would be good to have for the non-guest wireless networks and wired network as well.

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