same here mario. i tried using the url blocker feature of my newly bought wrvs4400n but it wont do the job. i suspect that maybe cisco is trying to force us to subscribe to TrendMicro's Protect link. If my old linksys wrt54gs can do the job, then why can't this supposed-to be more advanced router do it? if someone has successfully used the url blocker of this router, can you share
This is what we experienced as well with our previous unit (firmware 18.104.22.168) despite the troubleshooting done by Cisco. We requested for replacement of unit with firmware 22.214.171.124 suspecting that the previous unit was faulty. I tested it yesterday and gave me another problem's scenario. The URL blocking works well with IPS enable. But disabling IPS, URL blocking doesnt works. I'm now liasing with Cisco support engineer if these 2 settings are related. Now, we are using other brand temporarily (free from ISP) and works well. Hopefully, Cisco will look for it and issue a new firmware as we are wasting our time troubleshooting simple security settings.
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