None of these are current models (only one supports 4G) and none are available in the UK at the moment from any of the mobile providers. I could try to get an old 3G dongle off eBay and put a new data SIM in it, but then it would only be 3G.
I took a look at the newer RV130 which has a more recent list of compatible dongles (still not a very current one), but it's isn't as good a router (for various reasons) as the RV320.
So my question is: is anyone in the UK successfully using a currently-available 4G dongle with the RV320???
I'm having the same issue. I just bought an O2 dongle, the E3372, to use on the router as a digger took our phone line out.
Suprise suprise, it doesn't work with the Cisco RV320.
Seriously Cisco, what are you playing at? You aren't a backwater two bit company. Can you not spare someone who can add the new devices to the router? I bought this router for exactly this reason and now I find I can't add any 4G/3G dongle to it.
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