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Get to Know the RV134W VDSL2 Wireless-AC VPN Router

Introduction

The Cisco RV134W VDSL2 Wireless-AC VPN Router offers great performance and is easy to set up, deploy, and use. This device can be used to connect to a regular Ethernet Wide Area Network (WAN) interface or to an Asymmetrical Digital Subscriber Line 2 plus (VDSL2) interface. It also supports the Cisco Small Business FindIT Network Discover Utility, which allows for automatic discovery and one-click software downloads. The RV134W is suited for small office home office (SOHO) and smaller deployments with Virtual Private Network (VPN) capabilities.

This article aims to show the features of the RV134W VDSL2 Wireless-AC VPN Router.

Product Features

  • VPN Security
  • VDSL2 and Ethernet WAN Ports
  • Built-in 3-port Ethernet switch
  • Strong security with proven stateful packet inspection (SPI) firewall and hardware encryption
  • High-capacity, high-performance, IP Security (IPsec) VPN capabilities
  • Easy to set up and deploy using an intuitive, browser-based device manager, and setup wizards
  • Sleek new design

Product Views

Front View

The front panel shows the Cisco logo and the Port LEDs. To know the behavior of each LED, click here.

Back View

The 12VDC power input slot, power button, console port, reset button, wireless switch, USB port, LAN ports, WAN port, and VDSL port are located at the back panel.

Bottom View

The bottom panel shows the product label with the device serial number, Media Access Control ( MAC) address, model number, and government certifications. The Kensington Security slot is also found at the bottom panel.

Package Contents

 

RV134W VDSL2 Wireless-AC VPN Router 

 

Power Adapter

 

Quick Start Guide and Warranty Card

 

Cat5E Network Cable

  

Console Cable

Minimum Requirements

  • 110 to 240 VAC Power Source
  • RJ45 Connectivity
  • Java-enabled web browser

Default Settings

Parameter

Default Value

Username

cisco

Password

cisco

LAN IP Address

192.168.1.1

Subnetwork Mask

255.255.255.0


Technical Details

Port LEDs

Function

LED Name

LED Behavior

Power

Solid green when the device is powered on and booted.

Flashing green when the device is booting or loading the firmware.

Solid red when the device fails to reboot, or system error, or is in firmware recovery mode.

Off when the device is powered off.

Internet

Off when the VDSL2or WAN LED is OFF.

Solid green when the device has a DSL WAN IP or Ethernet WAN IP connection.

Flashing green when the device is sending or receiving data through the DSL WAN.

Solid red when the device has no DSL WAN IP or Ethernet WAN IP connection.

VDSL2/Ethernet WAN

Off when the device is powered off or the device is configured to use VDSL2/Ethernet WAN yet has no VDSL2/Ethernet link. Solid green when the DSL link has been activated.

Flashing green when the device is negotiating with the DSLAM.

Solid blue when the Ethernet link is on.

Flashing blue when the device is transmitting/receiving through Ethernet WAN.

LAN 1 to 4

The numbered lights correspond to the LAN ports on the back panel. Solid green when the corresponding port is connected to a device.

Flashing green when the port is sending or receiving data.

WLAN 2.4G

Off when the 2.4 GHz wireless module is disabled.

Flashing green when the wireless radio is transmitting or receiving data.

Solid green when the 2.4 GHz wireless module is enabled.

WLAN 5G

Off when the 5 GHz wireless module is disabled.

Flashing green when the wireless radio is transmitting or receiving data.

Solid Green when the 5 GHz wireless module is enabled.

VPN

Off when there is no VPN tunnel defined, or all defined VPN tunnels have been disabled.

Solid green when there is at least one VPN tunnel working.

Solid amber when none of the enabled VPN tunnels are working.

USB

Off when no 3G/4G USB dongle is connected or the USB dongle is not recognized.

Solid green when the 3G/4G USB dongle is recognized and currently connecting to the ISP network.

Flashing green when the 3G/4G USB dongle is successfully connected to the Internet Service Provider (ISP) and the port is receiving and sending data.

Solid amber when the USB dongle is recognized but fails to connect to the ISP.

Note: To learn more about the RV134W, click here.

Related Contents

Configure Basic Wireless Settings on the RV134W or RV134W VPN Router

Port Management Settings on the RV134W or RV134W VPN Router

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