I have recently purchased this router, and notice that you can't disable DCHP for the default vlan, and it does not terminate vpn connections, only allows passthrough.
Are there any plans to rectify these in a firmware update.?
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To disable DHCP you must go under
and edit default Vlan 1 settings.
Under this menu you can change the options "Address Type" from DHCP Server to a different value.
What is your firmware version?
The last downloadable version is 1.2.1.
With this version I can terminate VPN under VPN section menu.
These are informations from Cisco Support staff:
"Currently the SRP only supports point to point IPSec VPN.
We have VPN server (for Cisco VPN clients) on our roadmap."
Hi, I see that the new firmware has been released , however I need the cisco vpn client. I understand you need the support contract to download it?
Yes, I have noticed that this can be a problem. As the SRP is typically positioned as a Service Provider product, the client code would normally be distributed by them.
I have noticed that the code can also be downloaded on other sites around the internet - try a search for VPN client version
5.0.07.0.410-k9 for the 32 bit version or 5.0.07.0.440-k9 for the 64 bit version. Alternatively, the native Mac client will work, as should the Shrewsoft client.
Just noticed the max no of registered users held in the router is 15 - which i think is a bit low.
any chance of a feature request to increase this to something like 25 - 30.
Only expect to have 1-2 connected at a time , but its quite restrictive in the number of registered users.