How to determine Hardware version when Sticker does not (seemingly) show Hardware Version ???
I currently have a Cisco RV042, I MAY be blind, but I can not see the Hardware version mentioned on the sticker at all. The router was manufactured 06/2012 and was shipped with Firmware rev: 4.1.1.01. The Hardware version does not appear next to the clearly indicated Model number.
Can the router contain Firmware 4.1.1.01, yet still not be a V03 hardware? OR - does the vary fact that it HAS 4.1.1.01 firmware mean it has V03 hardware?
I am having DNS reliability issues, and need to reset the router every couple hours to fix it. I want to update the firmware, but don't want to wreck it by putting in Firmware not meant for it.
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