I am having problems with the RVS4000 ver 1. I cannot download files from the web. Firmware is up to date. As an example, if I try to download from pdf995's site, I get a "page cannot be displayed error. If I try to download current files for my flight planning software (like charts, etc.), the download hangs and never completes. I have bypassed the RVS4000 and connected directly to the broadband router and there are no problems. We have a 15MB cable connection. Any suggestions?
Follow-up - It appears the issue is file size. At pdf995's site, downloading a 2.5MB file works, but the 9 MB file does not. The file sizes for the flight planning software are rather large - 100-200 MB, and they hang as well. Connecting directly to the cable router does not cause this problem. The RVS4000 is set for Gateway mode.
Additional information - the problems are occurring on Windows 7 PCs. I have attempted to adjust the MTU setting without success.
The 'solution' (more of a workaround actually) from James Nowotarski seems to work.
Disabling the IPS altogether also worked. (But I don't really see this as a viable option)
I hope Cisco comes up with a more permanent fix, but I doubt it, as the don't seem to support 'older' products very well...
At your question "Why haven't I had a problem for the last four months since updating the IPS Signature?": it only seems to have problems with a very limited number/specific files. They always seem to break off at the same point. So my guess would be that it stumbles over a certain pattern.
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