WRVS4400N Firmware Release Note. Version: 1.01.03 *** Due to the new features added in this new release, the configuration *** file of an earlier firmware cannot be used after the firmware is upgraded *** to v1.01.03. Please reset the router to factory default after the upgrade. *** Be sure to backup your configuration file first in case you want to *** revert the firmware back to an earlier version. Enhancements: 1. Support 802.1Q VLAN (up to 4) including access/trunk modes on LAN ports and access mode only on wireless interface. 2. Support advanced IPv6 features on LAN ports: - 6to4 tunnels to connect IPv6 islands through IPv4 Internet - Support 6to4 Access Control List to allow traffic between trusted IPv6 islands only - Support static IPv6 DNS entries for hosts across 6to4 tunnels - Support DHCP server for IPv6 3. Support Custom DNS provided by DynDNS.org. 4. Support DHCP static IP based on MAC address. Up to 50 entries are supported. 5. IPSec VPN supports remote gateway defined by a DDNS domain name. 6. QuickVPN supports self-generated certificate on the VPN Client Accounts page. 7. QoS supports bandwidth management (layer-3 QoS). 8. QoS supports DSCP/CoS/port-based QoS (layer-2 QoS). 9. Event logging supports multiple severity levels. 10. Email Alert supports SMTP Authentication. 11. L2 Switch supports port mirroring, and RSTP. 12. DHCP Server (in the Setup->LAN page) supports multiple subnets, once multiple VLANs are created. 13. Support routing between VLANs, which can be enabled/disabled in the Setup->Advanced Routing page. 14. Support option to block management GUI access by wireless clients. 15. Update IPS Signature file to 1.29. 16. Change 11n default channel bandwidth to 20MHz. 17. US and EU versions are now supported in one firmware. The version booting up will be determined by hardware. 18. Support MS-CHAPv2 for PPPoE authentication. Bug fixes: 1. Check WAN IP address validity based on subnetmask configured. Known Issues: 1. QVPN v1.2.6 (Vista version) behind a NAT router cannot connect to WRVS4400N on the Internet. 2. Subnetmask 255.255.255.252 cannot be configured on LAN and it should be removed from the drop-down menu. 3. NAPT-PT should allow IPv6-only hosts to access IPv4 servers on Internet by hostname. However, this feature is not working.