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RV042 beta firmware stability? (via remote upgrade)

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by fizzerfits, Apr 8, 2005.

  1. fizzerfits

    fizzerfits Network Guru Member

    Hey all,

    I'm hoping to get a version of firmware that will allow QuickVPN for a RV042... Only issue is that I must do the firmware upgrade on the RV042 remotely (+3000 miles) and the users in that remote office won't offer too much help if the process goes south. (They should be able to roll back to 1.3.1, but I don't think I can talk them through a bootloader flash).

    This is a RV042 heavily dependent on the dual-WAN funcationality - I'm not concerned about DDNS.

    Should I go with 1.3.3 or 1.3.6? From what I've read, 1.3.3 sounds like the better bet if I'm going to try this remotely...

    Anyone here have major problems with 1.3.3 firmware? Anyone running 1.3.3 firmware with both WLANs firing? Should I be hospitalized for even attempting a beta firmware upgrade remotely?

    A squijilliion thanks on your comments!

  2. fizzerfits

    fizzerfits Network Guru Member


    Sorry! I know it's really rude to bump a message that's only a day old, but I just found out that if I upgrade this firmware I'll have to do it tmrw (Sunday, April 10)!

    Anyone have any comments on 1.3.3 or 1.3.6 that may come in helpful for this situation?

    Again, sorry about the day-old bump.

  3. zachaller

    zachaller Network Guru Member

    Well i have 1.3.6 running now for 31 days without any trouble also the flash went flawless so i would say 1.3.6 but then again its your choice hope i helped in time.

    Also not to shure about QuickVPN but form what i understand it is pretty unstable in all of the firmewares so I would say 1.3.6 is the most stable because it is newer (wich is not always the case ) but i have made one conection succesfully with 1.3.6 but did not due much testing on it.

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