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RVS4000 and NAT

Just recently purchased an RVS4000 to take the place of an old NetGear FVS336, which supported multiple NAT translations. It appears that the RVS4000 does not support this, any other models in the small business line support this? I only need this for a backup Internet connection so I am not really looking to go crazy with cost.

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RVS4000 and NAT

I would recommend the RV220w. It is a wireless router, however you can disable the wireless radio if this is something that you do not need. It will allow for One-to-One NAT and has gigabit LAN ports. Below is a link to the interface.

http://www.cisco.com/web/sbtg/gui_mockups/RV220W_v1/home.htm

Blake

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RVS4000 and NAT

Sean,

other than NAT, what other features are you needing in the router?

Blake Wright

Cisco SBSC Network Engineer

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RVS4000 and NAT

After that nothing out of the ordinary acl's and really nothing more.

New Member

RVS4000 and NAT

I would recommend the RV220w. It is a wireless router, however you can disable the wireless radio if this is something that you do not need. It will allow for One-to-One NAT and has gigabit LAN ports. Below is a link to the interface.

http://www.cisco.com/web/sbtg/gui_mockups/RV220W_v1/home.htm

Blake

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RVS4000 and NAT

Thanks for this and will take a look into that model, much cheaper than the 800 series I had been looking at!

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