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RV016 v2.0.17 Firmware

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by videomasterz, Apr 26, 2007.

  1. videomasterz

    videomasterz LI Guru Member

    hello all,

    well using now version 2.0.17... i have to say i love this version the most.. very stable... as some of you know that i was having problems before and always reverted back to the 2.0.3 firmware...

    but 2.0.17 is very stable.. no connection drops whatsoever... my downloads are blazing fast! and for some reason internet browsing got faster?!?!? keep in mind i have 2 cable modems and 1 dsl modem..

    the problem i am experincing now is that.. i run a program called hamachi the website for that program is hamachi.cc it is a vpn program.. mostly used by gamers.. lets say for example i run a LAN game warcraft3... and other users on hamachi in my network can see my LAN game and join it... the PROBLEM i am having.. is that some users in my network get BUMPED over to the dsl side? or the DSL WAN, and my dsl modem starts blinking like someone is using it.. but since i run a gaming server i check the gaming servera nd noone is on it... and users complain they are lagging everytime i host a game...

    so when i disconnect the dsl PPPoE they drop.. and go back toteh cable modem wan.. and there pings are low around 15-20ms... not 200-300 ms anymore... how can i stop the router from bumping users around ?

    P.S. not ALL users get bumped to the DSL WAN only some.. maybe 2 out of 10 will transfer there.. help please..
    P.S.#2 Keep in mind i am binded to one WAN... WAN3 to be exact... and on WAN3 is the cable modem.. but the router still bumps some users on hamachi over to WAN5 the dsl modem? i also set all bandwidth speeds the same... thinking maybe the router is trying to balance the connections....
     
  2. videomasterz

    videomasterz LI Guru Member

    i am so tempted to get the new xincom x16-r with 8 wan.. but im sure we can find a solution to this...

    one other important thing im trying to do.. is possibly make some users on my hamachi go over to the dsl.. like take there vpn addy such as 5.145.88.123 and make them go over to the dsl.. since some have dsl.. and would lag less on the dsl connection side... thanks for any comments....
     
  3. happyhacking

    happyhacking LI Guru Member

    binding is not enough sometimes, map ports and try it again

    i have issues with wan port binding for some internal soft, it wasnt enough to bind it to a an interface, so i will be forced to map those ports to that interface too, and it is working pretty nice now... you should try it
     
  4. videomasterz

    videomasterz LI Guru Member

    allright ill try that out.. is that under bandwidth management? binding the service to a certain wan? under priority control? thanks...
     
  5. videomasterz

    videomasterz LI Guru Member

    what seems to be happening lately is that every hour or two.. both cable modems.. will change IP.. i will temporarily loose internet access.. msn messenger will go dead... and then come back on... and when i check on the systems page... both IPs of the modems changed... this happens at least 10 times a day?!? dont know why the router is refreshing the modems?

    Well i forked out $800 and bought a xincom x16-r multi wan router.. will see if this router solves my problems...
     
  6. happyhacking

    happyhacking LI Guru Member

    Port Binding in firewall

    The port mapping is under firewall section, just add a firewall rule to the router... its like port binding for p2p, there are many tutorials out there...
     
  7. happyhacking

    happyhacking LI Guru Member

    Port Binding in firewall

    The port mapping is under firewall section, just add a firewall rule to the router... its like port binding for p2p, there are many tutorials out there...
    btw im about to get a xincom x16-r too, if you find it much better than linksys let me know.... hehehe ;)
     

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