I purchased a WRV210 and a WRVS4400N for testing for our remote home users because I trusted the Cisco name. I don't know who approved these routers for general release but they should be fired.
I first purchased a WRV210. It dropped connections so fast I couldn't get a home page. You couldn't access the configuration interface once the router dropped a internet connection without resetting the unit. I returned that one for a refund and exchange on the WRVS4400N thinking that I just got a lemon.
I was wrong. The WRVS440N isn't any better.
- The DDNS client doesn't work properly. Got me blacklisted because of reconnects to the internet.
- You can't connect to the router by VPN from behind a NAT. If you are in a clients office/hotel and using their internet connection to VPN to retrieve a file you can be assured that it is NAT'd. That is going to work great!
- Certificates aren't recognized by the VPN client so you don't know if you are connecting to the proper host
These are just some of the problems I have found and isn't exhaustive. From the looks of the posts concerning IPSEC VPN's they don't work either.
I also have a project to install Cisco 2811's. I hope that the VPN connections to those work better than this.
Who do I send the pieces of this thing to for a refund? The return policy for my retailer is 7 days so I am stuck with this piece of junk now.
You can send the cheque for beta testing as well. I figure you owe me about $1500.00 for that too.
Anyone out there satisfied with this product I would like to know?