Is there a way with the RV082 to configure routable IPs as additional subnets on the LAN site and have the device route to these from WAN to LAN in gateway mode? It obivously works fine in router mode but then private IPs don't function.
I have a server that requires a full public IP for SIP trunking (on a secondary NIC). I've tried 1-1 NAT and I get unexpected behavior like loss of call control anf one way audio.
I was thinking this could be accomplished by directly editing the routing table but with the public entry configured the table looks accurate automatically but doesn't route.
For now I have an RVS4000 behind the RV082 and have the RV082 in router mode with my block of IPs. I want to simplify the setup and see noticable speed increases when the RVS4000 is out of the equation.
Hi every one!!!When you are configuring a remote VPN connection, there
are some steps that are lost on the path. Here you can see those steps.
A) In your Cisco device: 1. Ensure you don´t have any rule denying the
traffic between the device and the remote...
** Update **These and a number of other issues have been addressed in
SRP520 MR3. Please see https://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-13853
for details on how to access this code.There have been a number of
reports of the SRP500 becoming unresponsive afte...
STANDARDSOURCECOMMENTSEthernet RJ-45 connector pin number12345678IEEE
802.3afusing data pairsRXDC+RXDC+TXDC-sparespareTXDC-sparespareIndustry
Standard for Embedded POE(used by Cisco Catalyst Switches)IEEE
802.3afusing spare pairs RXRXTXDC+DC+TXDC-DC-Indus...