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FYI: F/W version 1.1.13 has been officially released for WRVS44000N

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by skorell, Feb 26, 2009.

  1. skorell

    skorell Network Guru Member

    Looks like Cisco has officially released version 1.1.13 for the WRVS4400N V1.0&1.1. It is now available for download from Cisco.com. No release notes have yet been provided. Based on modified data and file size, appears to be the same as beta file that has been posted here.
  2. GalacticLink

    GalacticLink LI Guru Member

    Not currently on normal public support.

    Personaly, this is the final straw. I will never buy Cisco/Linksys again. I now join quite a few people I know (including a large IT admin and Datacenter tech) in steering clear of their gear.

    So far I have been unable to find the latest stuff on ANY normal anonymous Cisco or Linksys site.

    The only place I saw it was by searching Cisco.com directly and then being forced to register. Of course they want a bunch of personal private information to get the current drivers we deserve so they can make a bit more money off selling such information, like any greedy dying corporation that does not care even about long time customers. And yes they are no longer listed as beta software you need a support code to get.

    They also aren't thinking that someone that bought this device for personal use could be registering as you MUST provide a business name (even if abcd) and you MUST agree to a non-export of US encryption crap document; even though most of the major world is listed as allowed.

    ** Also by using search I found IPS Signatures v1.40 released on February 5th, 2009 that have not been made openly public in all this time. And you can only get to them by searching, as normal product pages on Cisco point to all old files. They have multiple product pages that don't link to each other everywhere on their badly designed and up kept site.

    I am no rich or comfortably well off person and still wish to use what I bought to its full extent; instead of just feeling screwed with. Would love to hear if this latest official release is good or not.

    Rant End...
  3. kshaw

    kshaw Guest

    I could not find it. Could someone post a link?
  4. skorell

    skorell Network Guru Member

  5. Dinon

    Dinon LI Guru Member

    I do not have any problems with v1.1.13 but IPS is very slow with it. The fastest IPS is in v1.1.8.
  6. jb68

    jb68 Network Guru Member


    Issues Resolved
    • Resolved an issue that caused the Quick VPN client to fail to reconnect to the
    router after disconnecting a VPN session.
    • Resolved an issue in Dual-Stack Mode feature that caused the router to not
    work properly if IPv6 mode was enabled.
    • Resolved an issue in the Administration -> Management tab that caused the
    router WebGUI to not be able to remove router usernames.
    • Resolved an issue in the Web GUI that allowed a user to enter and save an
    invalid character string in the Syslog Server field.
    • Resolved an issue in the Web GUI that allowed a user to save an invalid LAN IP
    • Resolved an issue that allowed an invalid IP address to be saved in the Static
    IP Mapping tab of the Web GUI.
    • Resolved an unclear statement in the popup message after enabling remote
    • Resolved a typo in the popup message that occurred when a user created the
    same username to access the router.
    • Updated the TrendMicro server certificate for URL, Access, and email security.
    • Resolved an issue on the WebGUI Firewall page that causes the check boxes
    to become grayed out after clicking the "Disable All Rules" button.
    • Resolved an issue that causes the Wireless AP to become unresponsive after
    changing Wireless MAC Control from "Prevent" to "Allow.â€
    Resolved an issue on the WebGUI Firewall page. If *any* IP-based ACL rules
    are present, then any Forbidden Domains or Keywords present in the Internet
    Access Policy are not applied.
    • Resolved an issue on the Administration-> Log page that causes the "View
    Outgoing Table" and "View Incoming Table" buttons to remain grayed out and
    inaccessible after log settings are saved.
    • Resolved an issue in the Switch QoS Settings page that causes you to be
    unable to save the CoS settings.
    • Resolved an issue in the WLAN driver that caused connectivity issues with
    older WLAN adapters. It is recommended that customers update the WLAN
    client adapter driver version to the latest from the manufacturers website.
    Resolved an issue on the Firewall -> Basic Settings page. When customers
    enabled Block Java, Cookies, ActiveX, or Access to Proxy HTTP Server,
    websites would open slowly.
    • Resolved an issue in Dynamic DNS resolution that causes the VPN tunnel to fail
    to connect to the new WAN IP if the WAN IP changed.
    • Resolved an issue in IPS that causes FTP throughput to become very slow
    when transferring large quantities of smaller files.
    • Updated IPS signature support for version 1.40.
    • Resolved an issue in the WebGUI that causes the advanced parameters
    section of the VPN page to not save the settings.
    • Resolved an issue that causes the WebGUI to become inaccessible when
    being accessed across a QuickVPN tunnel established by a Vista PC.
    • Resolved an issue in the VLAN code that causes the switch ports to be
    unresponsive until a system power cycle is performed.
    • Updated PPPoE and L2TP username and password fields to support special
    • Updated the pop-up message for the password field when users enter more
    than 22 characters.
    • Updated the setting for "Management via WLAN" to be disabled by default.
    • Resolved an issue in the WebGUI to show the accurate amount of VPN tunnels
    available and in use.
    • Resolved an issue in the WebGUI formatting that causes the Remote
    Management page to become unviewable when the user is using Firefox to
    view the router WebGUI remotely.
    • Resolved an interoperability issue between the WRVS4400N and the WET200.
    • Resolved an issue in the VPN subsystem that causes the NetBIOS Broadcast to
    fail across a VPN tunnel.
    • Resolved an issue that causes the System UP time shown in the SNMP
    Browser to not match the System Up time in the WebGUI.
    • Resolved an issue that causes the DHCP Server on a VLAN-based subnet to
    not assign the statically configured DNS Server to the DHCP Clients.
    • Resolved an issue that causes Port Forwarded packets to fail to go through the
    HardwareNAT table when IPS is disabled.
    • Resolved an issue when a user applies https (SSL) to do remote management,
    the packet with SSL port 443 does not get forwarded to the LAN through port
    • Resolved an issue in the LAN subnet pulldown menu. Removed the subnet.
  7. versprite

    versprite Addicted to LI Member

    What DNS issues were you experiencing? I am trying to troubleshoot DNS issues on my side as well with WRVS4400N 1.13. After upgrading to 1.13, my router has an alias to www.routerlogin.com is one thing. I also get routed differently to Microsoft (it was trying to go to i3.microsoft.com which is part of a distributed network). First thought Conficker worm, but confirmed it wasn't b/c I bypassed the router and was able to update all my laptops with no problem and AV software without any problem. Behind the FW, all of my AV updates fail and attempts to connect to www.microsoft.com and to run windows update. looked at the fw logs and even whitelisted the target update server for my AV and disable various IPS and FW settings. Not really so much a DNS issue on these latter items, but I do notice that when I bypass the router, it hops do not end up going to i3.microsoft.com. Any thoughts or anyone else experiencing this?

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