I couldn't agree more with your last statement and this was the intention when Cisco started using SSL VPN on the SMB routers. Unfortunately we just can't seem to keep up with the OS, browser(s), Java, etc. updates. Do to all of the security risks the developers of these products have been forced to lock them down, making it very difficult to get a computer working in the first place. It is not a bad solution once you get it working but to think that you will be able to connect from any computer is just not realistic anymore. I did read the RV220W review at smallnetbuilder.com where he was able to connect with the Netgear driver installed. It would certainly be interesting to get a copy of that driver and test with the RV220W.
Is there any way to just manually download the SSL VPN Tunnel Client Installer? I have tried every mentioned fixed but with no success. on Firefox for instance I get: "VPClient has been found corrupted and needs to be reinstalled"
There is no way to do that, at least not that I'm aware of. In my experience IE works best, I never had any luck connecting with Chrome or Firefox. There have been several updates to all browsers since, so that may have changed.
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