rv345: Disabling features (ex: IPV6) of rv345 Dual Wan Gigabit VPN Router
I am a small business owner and am new to Cisco Small Business Routers. I recently purchased an rv345 Dual Wan Gigabit VPN Router. I have upgraded to the latest firmware. (1.0.01.17)
I have yet to install the rv345, but I will be using it to replace a Netgear fvs336gv2 (No longer available for purchase) at my main office. (6 employees) I have a Netgear fvs336gv3 (also no longer available for purchase) at another office location (5 employees) and an IPSEC VPN connecting these offices. Eventually, I will be adding another IPSEC VPN to a 3rd office. (5 employees)
On the Netgear, I normally disable certain features, for example:
Disable IPV6: On the Netgear routers there is a WAN MODE>ROUTING MODE setting where you can select IPV4 Mode only or IPV4/IPV6 Mode. On the rv345, is there a way to set the Mode to IPV4 only? I believe there was a way to do this with the rv320, but I see no way to do this with the rv345. Is this even necessary with the rv345?
Disable WAN2: On the Netgear routers there is a way to disable WAN2 when not using it. Is this necessary or possible on the rv345?
Disable QoS: I normally disable QoS on the Netgear routers. I see no way to disable QoS on the rv345. I see a default "Traffic Class" which says "in use". Is this necessary or possible on the rv345?
Re: rv345: Disabling features (ex: IPV6) of rv345 Dual Wan Gigabit VPN Router
Thanks for the reply.
Ok, Yes I see how to disable WAN2 under LAN>PORT SETTINGS at the bottom of the list.
Is there a way to disable IPV6 on the WAN1 port? I am used to being able to do this on other routers. Is this something I don't need to worry about?
What were you suggesting I look at under Firewall>Basic Settings? I still don't see any way to disable QoS completely, but maybe having just the "default" policy that is "in use" is the equivalent of disabling it.
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