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Cisco Release RVS4000 Firmware v1.3.2.0

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by Toxic, Jul 25, 2010.

  1. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    Changes Since RVS4000 Firmware Version

    1. The IPS Signature was updated to version 1.42.
    2. Fixed an issue in which the "Active" check boxes on the VPN Client Accounts page were not functioning.
    3. Fixed an issue in which the DIAG LED lit briefly when the administrator accessed the home page of the web-based configuration utility.
    4. Fixed an issue in which asymmetric port forwarding did not work when IPS was disabled.
    5. Fixed an issue in which IP-based ACL rules did not work correctly with port forwarding rules when IPS was disabled.

    Known Issues
    1. QuickVPN Client running on Windows Vista may fail to transfer more than 100MB of a file to a remote RVS4000 over a QuickVPN tunnel before the tunnel disconnects.
    2. There is a known issue with Windows XP SP2 Firewall: ICMP packets are always dropped by the Firewall when the Firewall is enabled. The issue will prevent the QuickVPN Client from establishing a tunnel with the remote QuickVPN Server. Microsoft has released a patch to fix this issue. After you install the patch, the issue should be resolved. For more information, visit
    support.microsoft.com/kb/889527/en-us NOTE: The issue can also be fixed by upgrading Windows XP to SP3.
    3. After you save settings for port forwarding or port triggering rules, the router restarts the firewall module, which can temporarily lock up the router for 10-15 seconds.
    4. QoS Rate Control has no effect when IPS is disabled. As a workaround, QoS Priority can be used instead.
    5. DHCP Relay is not supported when when multiple VLANs are created.
    6. IPS cannot block eMule 0.48a, an open source Windows application.
    7. During a firmware upgrade, the router will finish loading the firmware and will reboot before the progress bar shows 100% completed. To be sure that the router has finished rebooting, confirm that the Power LED shines steady green and the DIAG LED is unlit. At that point, the user can access the web-based configuration utility.
    8. RIP messages display a netmask for a class-A subnet when a VLAN of RVS4000 is configured as a class-C subnet but with a class A address, such as

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