Can anyone please suggest a solution for this? Cisco does not apparently produce a stand alone dsl modem, but instead recommend the SRP527 or similar in bridge mode. However as far as I can see it just does not work! At least not with the RVL200 which we need for SSL VPN. This problem looks very similar to the problems which were extensively reported with the RVL200 and AM200 in bridge mode.
Please call Cisco Small Business Support Center and open a support case. Document for DSL bridged should work and since your RVL200 isn't working i would suggest call the support center and start working with next available engineer for steps on resolving your issue. Support Numbers
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