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wrv210 w/fw 2.0.1.5

We have a few of these routers at different locations.  Notice at a couple locations, when we login to router, the left side seems to look ok.  When you click on for example "basic setup", the right side is all white and you have to scroll down a page or so to view the settings.

We have these routers all setup with IP's.  When we click on the "port forwarding" or "status-local network" pages, it's all white with nothing on it.  We have to right click on port forwarding or local network properties and copy the end link to address bar after IP settings then click go to see what settings are on that page. Unfortunately none of our settings are their.   It's like this in most of the other seletions in the router.   I found that re-flashing the firmware corrects this issue but eventurely this issue happens again.   Has anyone else came across this simular problem on these routers?  See attached jpegs..

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wrv210 w/fw 2.0.1.5

gvillanti,

What is the browser you are using to view these routers?

Cisco Small Business Support Center

Randy Manthey

CCNA, CCNA - Security

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wrv210 w/fw 2.0.1.5

gvillanti,

What is the browser you are using to view these routers?

Cisco Small Business Support Center

Randy Manthey

CCNA, CCNA - Security

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wrv210 w/fw 2.0.1.5

Normally we use IE8, and we also could view the routers with Opera and Firefox without any issues.

But the routers with this issue, it's the same with any browser.  Is it possible there might be a bug in this

firmware version 2.0.1.5?

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