I have a Belkin N750 router which I purchased because the box said it had filtering options. I didn't realize that the filtering was only sites that Norton kept track of. There are certain adware sites I know about that I would like to filter. Possible with this router?
if the firewall rules in the RVL200 work for inter LAN routing as well as LAN<->WAN? I need 2 separate networks in a house, 1 for business 1 for family, and I want to only allow my IP on network 1 (family net,10.0.0.0/24) access to network 2 (business net 10.0.1.0/24). I want this as if I change rooms were a access point for business is not available I can use the home net and specific IP to access certain business net IPs. I saw you can turn inter vlan routing on or off, but it wasn't clear on firewall rules.know of a similar router in cost but with gige instead of 100Mb ports?
I have a RV120W used to provide VPN access to several industrial devices. Some of these devices are assigned IP address via DHCP in the router. One cannot do DHCP, so it has a self-determined static IP.
The VPN works well for all the devices that are assigned IP's. However, it does not allow me to connect to the device that has a static IP. I can connect to it fine when I am on the LAN or WLAN, but cannot ping it via the VPN.
rvl200 is not working with any new os/java. cisco is not fixing and telling us to move on.picked up a vpn server and placed it on the dmz for rvl200 (on 192.168.1.105). for the life of me, can not get traffic from the outside to go to this server. tried port forwarding on rvl200 (for 443) which is what the vpn server recommends. rvl200 is not allowing this. can not go through the ssl vpn on rvl200 since it does not work. looked at rv042 topics and it shows similar problems.
Tried everything .... beginning with updating to actual firmware, installing C++Redistr and all other tips I found.eg there are no ssldrv.* in the assumed directories .... there is a certificate which is outdated in the 1920th (lol) ... it´s true.Phone support is not avail .... because we use it a couple of years .... with xp and vista there is no prob?Perhaps there is a usefull handout/whitepaper available? I´ve followed this link, but that did not work:[URL]
I got problem with RVL200, he works good on my botch mac's witch OSX 10.5,10.6 and Firefox 3.6 but stop working after last java update. The machine witch 10.5 is working because I don't update Java but the other computer is up-to-date.
Problem is with lunching the Java applet ,all the rest is working.- I'm login to SSL VPN Tunnel- The new window is opening I accept applet to run.He try but nothing happends the window is bank with no connect / disconnect buttons. [code] I have all the rights / permission to vpclient catalogue and files in there.I try this on root to the same error
How to get the Virtual Passage adapter to install and the VPN to work, I keep getting the install error for the Virtual Passage Adapter. I have the last and latest firmware installed, 126.96.36.199 and am running Win 7 Ultimate 64-bit. I previously had it working from within the same building where I am now in but somewhere in the IE upgrades or otherwise the adapter no longer installs. I have tried starting IE9 64-bit with administrator's rights, made the noted ActiveX and scripting security changes as noted in the manual for a Windows OS. I also have C++ 64-bit redistributable 2005 installed (also 2008 and 2010 for that matter if that would cause any conflict). I am running Norton 2012 Internet Security and SUPERantispyware which I don't think have any bearing on the situation but still thought I would note it. I do not have port 443 forwarded for any reason in the RVL200 setup which I learned RVL200 uses for the SSL VPN. I have tried removing the SSL drivers that were put in the Windows folder after the failed attempts of the Virtual Passage instal but with no luck in reinstalling.
i have an rvl200 Router and the ssl-vpn-tunnel is working fine under windows and linux.Now i bought a Nexus S with Android 2.3.3 and would like to create an vpn- connection to my router too.But the Applet, like on linux is not starting.
Is it at all possible to channel all/some data traffic through an established ipsec tunneled connection using the RVL200? I have successfully established an ipsec connection through RVL200 and RV042 routers and are able to connect to servers/computers behind it.Now I want to channel all or some traffic through the ipsec-tunnel for computers that reside on 192.168.1.0 subnet of RVL200 network.
I am trying to use the Advanced Routing option to add static routes but I am not 100% sure if I am configuring the routes correctly.To give an example of routing DNS requests for HOTMAIL.COM [188.8.131.52]: [code]For some reason this does not appear to work. I have also tried using the interface setting of WAN and tested - this also does not work.
I have a layer 3 switch, 3550.I have several vlans on there just for playing around with. One of the vlans, has a vonage linksys box attached to it with a UK number attached. From time to time telemarketers call at 03:00 in the morning, this as I'm sure you can imagine is not much fun. The linksys box gets 192.168.3.3 as it's ip.The switch is connected to a non cisco router at 192.168.0.1
interface FastEthernet0/24 no switchport ip address 192.168.0.2 255.255.255.0
I was thinking a time based access list would work best I have tried several variations but the phone still rings. I have tried access-list 1 deny host 192.168.3.3 permit ..... and more extensive lists but the phone still rings. I have not applied the time-range yet, so that's not the problem.I have applied the list to the vlan interface and to fa0/24 but it's not working.
I have an ASA pair configured to replace a router that hosts a collection of IPSec Tunnels. Tunnels appear to work. I am lab'ing some additional controls that I would like to implement. On the Production Router that i plan to replace with the ASA's the current Tunnels are all wide open (all traffic allowed to pass). I was hoping to lock things down a little without having to reconfigure all of the Tunnels. My though was that an ACL on the Inside Interface blocking selected traffic Out (so into the LAN) should not impact the stability of the Tunnels but allow me to restrict some traffic from entering the LAN. One port that I was attempting to block is RDP 3389. When this ACL is applied to the inside interface it does not block Port 3389 at all. What am I missing? Is it that the trffic is being allowed because it is coming through one of my 'open' Tunnels?
Shouldn't IPSec Tunnel traffic be processed by the Inside Interface ACL just like all other traffic?
I recently added several devices to my wireless-g network: Xbox 360, an HTC Smart phone, and an old laptop my buddy gave me (in addition to the 2 desktops that were already on the network). Since doing this, I've had occasional buffering problems when streaming music or video, even when I'm only using 1 of the devices. I suspect that the Xbox (or maybe phone) is downloading updates in the background, even when it's turned off, and that is consuming bandwidth. Is there any way I can see a list of devices that are connected to the network and maybe even the amount of data being transmitted to/from each so I can find the culprit. when I play online, it says that my NAT settings are not open and that this makes it take longer to connect to other players. What are the risks involved in loosening the NAT restrictions?
I configure multiple static RPs and one of the ACLs denies a source will it move on to the next entry that covers it in another acl? [code] i.e. 184.108.40.206 will be used as the RP for 224 to 238 and 220.127.116.11 will be used as the RP for 239.Will that work correctly, i.e. if a source is trying to register with the router and its for the group 18.104.22.168, will it be denied against the first RP and then permitted against the second RP?
I have 2 routers, one is a cisco 800 series router and the other just a plain WRT54G router. I have a block of 5 IPs. I have configured both routers with their own external ip addreses. Both routers can be used to connect to the internet. I can ping the cisco 800 router from the WRT54G router, but I can't ping the external ip of the wrt54G router from the 800 series router. I've checked the firewall, and acls, but I can't seem to find the right setting. I was also thinking that maybe it was something with the routing, but that didn't work either.
I recently change routers to a Linksys E3000 wireless router from a Uverese 2wire residential gateway and all worked well for a short time nothing changed however when I go to view network devices from Win7,Vista or XP computers the network devices are no longer there. when I shut down and reboot the router and switches I still cannot see these devices, however when I hook up my old 2wire router I see my devices again. Even when I reconnect to the E3000 all the devices can be viewed for a few hours. Changing routers resets something but maybe overloads the linksys E3000 after a few hours? maybe this E3000 is just defective?
When I view a network map in Network & Internet all the devices appear in the map The configuration is Linksys E3000 router with two (2) 8 port Trendnet gigabyte switches and One (1) 8 port Trendnet Poe 10/100 switch. They are chained router to 8 port gig to 8 port gig to 8 port Poe 10/100. Prior to this I had the router to each switch separately - - this does not seem to matter works the same either way
Devices attached - Network printer,XP desktop, Vista Desktop, NAS, WDTVlive media player, Roku, Home automation controller, IP touch screen for the automation, security DVR (wireless devices are all ok Win7 laptop, Vista laptop, Ipad)seldom are more than 3 devices being used at one time light traffic.)
I have an EA6500 and have three AppleTV... all three generations.l I also have a DirecTV Genie and DirecTV HD-DVR that, together, provide whole-house viewing. When I first setup the EA6400 based network, all three AppleTVs were listed and my whole-house viewing worked. This past Saturday, however, that changed, when I couldn't see the programs recorded on the HD-DVR, from the Genie. My troubleshooting determined one of the AppleTVs had been assigned the same address as the HD-DVR upstairs and that the HD-DVR wasn't listed as being connected. Once I reset everything, the IPs resolved and the whole-house viewing was resolved, however, none of the AppleTVs are listed as connected, even though they are. I can check the connections by the AppleTV device and see that they do, indeed, have an IP address, and I can view material from the iTunes cloud or stored on another PC in the local network. I reset everything again, but to no avail. No AppleTV devies show as connected from Smart Wi-Fi. The AppeTVs are all wired to the LAN... not wireless.
So, the question is, is there a fix to get AppleTV devices to list? All of my devices and router have the lastest firmware. BTW, I had a WRT610N, which I'm now useing as an access point, didn't have this issue.
I just got a DIR-655 and set it all up pretty easily. I have 6 wired and 3 wireless. All work fine and all are set to use DHCP. But if I go (in the router) to the Lan Computers list under Device Info, three devices (2 wired, 1 wireless) do not appear. I do have a switch added to the system, but of the three devices connected to it, 1 shows in th Lan Computers list and the other 2 do not.Since everything works, I'm mostly just curious why this is. Every previous router I've had showed everything correctly.
We have both a Comcast and Verizon connection at our school. They are going into a Sonicwall NSA5500. The configuration is such that if the primary - Comcast - fails then the secondary - Verizon - will pickup the internet traffic. The issue we are having is with local Verizon customers. When we got our IP address from verizon it was a /24 subnet with a gateway starting at .1
I thought this was strange as every other time I have gotten a block of static IP addresses from an ISP it has been a /29 or /28 at the most. But the ISP confirmed that this is what we were supposed to get and it should not cause problems.
A local business we deal with happens to be on our subnet with the same next hop Gateway. When I perform a traceroute to them, the traffic goes directly out the Verizon WAN interface to our common gateway, then to the local business. This, all while the Comcast Interface is our dedicated primary for all traffic.
I spoke with Sonicwall and they explained that the firewall is simply taking the most efficient path which makes sense to me in some regard but is still confusing why it would use the interface when policy says it is a failover.
Now, this local business tries to send us email with their on premise Exchange - we also have Exchange. The emails will sit in their queue indefinitely and ultimately fail to reach us. If I disable the Verizon interface the emails come in perfectly fine - even some in their queue will immediately come through once I disable it. I thought this was a DNS issue but it is not or at least our DNS is all configured correctly where we have no other problems with email. Our MX records utilize the static IPs from Comcast - nothing is using our static Verizon addresses.
Today I installed the 22.214.171.124 Firmware on a RV180W. I only have now two problems regarding the Static DHCP support in the GUI.
1. Via the Networking > LAN (Local Network) > Static DHCP I have no buttons to Add a new static Lease. 2. Via the Networking > LAN (Local Network) > DHCP Lease Clients I can thick a Lease and click on Make Static IP. The result is an error: Operation failed.
I want to prevent a wired pc with a static ip from accessing the internet on an e1200 router, but the computer does not show up in the list under "parental controls". I have tried adding it to the dhcp reservation table manually, but it still does not show up. There are, however, several unspecified "network devices" on the list. How can I do this?
Noticed several devices have connected through my home network previously. Not sure how it is done,currently these inactive devices are displayed, i would like to know how can i block them from the firewall just in case it is connecting again?
I have a linksys wrt54g router. i need to block all devices except one from plugging in a wired device into the back of the router. i tried the mac filtering, but i didnt work. Is that for wireless only?I can also block local ips (192.168.1.x), and was going to go that route and only allow my local computer but i was afraid if i restarted my router or computer the ip would change and i would be locked out.
I've came across IP address that aren't enough for some users in the company. The IP addresses are more than enough to cater to the user's notebook or PC. However, some users does not know that there are actually limits to the IP we have, so quite a number of them actually uses their mobile / pads to tap the company's wireless.
I was wondering if i could restrict that particular user from tapping onto the network. I know it sounds a bit impossible because DHCP doesnt have that smart function to block whoever we sees deemed as a "nuisance".
I am trying to allow a block of 7 or 8 devices to access the internet all the time. Two other devices I would like to allow internet access during a set time range. Finally I would like to block internet access to all devices not in one of the above groups. I need to use MAC addressing to identify the allowed devices. I was able to do this with my old WRT-54G but the DIR-825 is giving me trouble.My main problem occurs when I try to block access to "Other Machines". When I do that all devices on my network are cut off the internet.
I maintain a small network - 11 clients and 1 server. The server is a WS2008R2 domain controller - the clients login to the server as active directory user. Now there is a need to connect a remote location to the network. The primary site has a DSL connection with a static IP and a cheap router. The remote site has DSL with dynamic IP and the same router. I bought two RVL200 routers thinking this would do the job. The plan is to replace the existing routers at each location with the RVL200's, configure a VPN tunnel between the routers, and thereby "virtually" connect the remote location to the network.
1) Is this plan as described doable?
2) How do the remote client machines "see" the network. Do they actually think they are on the primary site's LAN?
2a) Where will the remote client get its IP address? I'm assuming from its own RVL200 ... but then it will obviously not be on the same subnet as the primary site - so how will it access the server, etc.?
3) Can ALL traffic - not just "intranet" traffic - be routed over the VPN tunnel? (Will that happen automatically?)
3a) The reason for 3 is ... they do per-user internet access control through software running on the server, so they want to force all internet access from these remote clients to go through the same path as the local clients at the primary site.
I am currently having issues with the dhcp function on my DIR-615. The issue is some of my devices are never able to connect unless I set them up with static ip. Some of my devices are sometimes able to connect using DHCP but sometimes need to be set up with a static IP. In the log it says something along the lines of "sent out offer for IP 192.168.0.XXX" but the devices never receives the IP. The firmware says it is up to date. The hardware version is C1. Some of the devices having issues are PC's some are Macbooks and some are iphone and ipods. I'm not sure if it is related but when I look at who is using WAN some of the pc's who are connected to the internet have an ip address of 0.0.0.0.