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RV082 1.1.6.3 2004-11-03

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    Linksys- A Division of Cisco System, Inc.

    Firmware Date : November 3rd 2004
    Current Firmware : Version 1.1.6.3
    Product Part No : RV082
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    RV082 Firmware Revision History


    v1.1.6.3 2004/11/03
    1. The HTTPS is Enabled by default.

    2. Solve the problem that RV082 PPPoE did not work with the Westell ADSL modems connecting to BellSouth in USA.
    3. Fixed a bug that IPSec Manual mode did not work when changed settings of SPI.
    4. Modified the DDNS program in order to avoid the problem that the status "DDNS function is disabled or No Internet connection" shown on [DDNS] page even if the update was successful.

    v1.1.6.2 2004/09/20
    1. ***** Notice: This firmware is used for Beta test only.
    2. Fixed a bug: Occasionally, the Linksys QuickVPN client function may not work properly if multiple VPN clients connected behind one router.
    Note: This problem was found when VPN client abnormally dropped the connection but not inform the server(RV082). The server will keep the connection until 5 minutes aging time out. But if the user re-login within 5 minutes, it may be unexpectedly kicked out by server(RV082).
    3. Add an option to support "3322.org" DDNS service.
    4. Add a rectangle button to choose descending/ascending order on [System Log] page
    5. Improve the Protocol binding functionality.
    6. Shut down WAN interfaces and send PADT packet if necessary before restarting router.
    7. Fix bug: Gaming or MSN sessions may be dropped when using MS Outlook receive/transmit function.
    Note. This problem was found when users playing LineageII and using MS-Outlook. When clicking on Transmit/Receive of Outlook, LineageII will be disconnected

    v1.1.6.1 2004/09/03
    1. ***** Notice: This firmware is used for Beta test only.
    2. Fixed a bug that Linksys QuickVPN client function can not work over PPPoE connection.
    3. Provide a PPTP Server functionality for testing. It allows up to 5 users to connect to RV082 by using PPTP.
    4. Add following feature used in Australia:
    When configuring RV082’s [Domain Name] as "DN",
    the DNS server IP addresses got from ISP will not be added to routing table.
    5. Print message "--- System is up! ---" to System Log when system booted up.
    6. Fixed a bug: on [DHCP] -> [Setup] page, the Static IP can not be configured. This bug was found in v1.1.5.3.


    v1.1.5.3 2004/08/06
    1. ***** Notice: This firmware is used for Linksys QuickVPN client test only.
    2. Expose the [VPN Client Access] page.
    (It was hidden in previous page)
    3. If multiple VPN clients login as the same user name, the last user will kick out the previous user.
    4. The maximum number of VPN Client Users user can configure is 5.
    5. When clicking Save Settings button for FIRST configuration of VPN Client, the confirm message will be pop-out to inquire you about changing LAN IP Address if the current LAN IP address is still the default 192.168.1.x. You can choose Yes to change LAN IP Address to avoid IP conflict if VPN Client is also using 192.168.1.x. The new LAN IP Address will be shown in the confirm message. Otherwise, you can choose No, so the LAN IP Address will not be changed automatically. But when IP conflict, the VPN Client will not be allowed to connect to RV082.
    Notice: Before choosing Yes to change LAN IP, you should write down the new LAN IP address shown on confirm message, so that you can access router by it.

    6. For solving the problem that VPN client failed to change password, change the status message "Version=1" to "version=1" of first request packet.
    7. Add on-line help of HTTPS and VPN Client Access


    8. The [Log] -> [Traffic Statistic] page was removed

    v1.1.5.2 2004/07/20
    1. ***** Notice: This firmware is used for Linksys QuickVPN client test only.
    2. Add a VPN client aging mechanism to avoid off-line client occupied the VPN service.
    3. Fixed IPSec pass-through bug to support multiple IPSec clients.
    4. Fixed a bug that multiple accounts created with the same username.
    5. Fixed a bug that can not delete Linksys QuickVPN client by username.
    This problem caused vpn client can not reconnect to router.
    6. Attempt to solve following problem:
    The StopConnection URL does not return a Status Message when successfully stopping a connection.
    7. Provide full-range configurable Remote Management Port

    8. Add a new page: [Log] -> [Traffic Statistics], but this page is just a prototype for review.

    9. Allow NSD to work in Smart-link Backup mode.

    10. Modify Dual-WAN, IPSec, routing and PPPoE modules for reliability issue.
    11. Change the style of bandwidth value setting from pop-up menu to typing.

    12. Fixed a IPSec NetBIOS broadcast bug.

    v1.1.5.1 2004/07/07
    1. ***** Notice: This firmware is used for Linksys QuckVPN testing only.
    2. Provide HTTPS service, and add an HTTPS enable/disable option on the [Firewall] setting page.
    3. Add a hidden page [vpn_clients.htm] for configuring VPN Client Users.
    4. Provide connectivity with new Linksys QuickVPN client.
    Steps:
    (1) Enable the HTTPS service from [Firewall] page.
    (2) By defaults, go to http://192.168.1.1/vpn_clients.htm to set VPN client users.
    (3) From remote PC, runs the Cisco VPN client to connect to the RV082.
    If successful, the green phrase [Online] will be shown on VPN Summary page, or else, shows red [Offline]



    v1.1.5 2004/06/19
    1. In [Port Triggering] setting, allow users to configure port number as 0
    2. Solve a problem that failed to transmit packets form WAN1 to DMZ port if users configured WAN2 port as DMZ. This problem occurred in v1.1.2 through v1.1.4.
    3. Improve the compatibility of IPSec pass-through functionality


    v1.1.4 2004/06/02
    1. In [service management] setting, allow users to define port range overlapped with well-known ports in list.
    2. In Dual WAN mode, allow users to connect WAN1 and WAN2 to the same remote gateway, even if to the same physical address.
    3. In Dual WAN mode, solve the problem that failed to install DNS server in LAN.
    4. Solve the IPSec client-to-gateway handling problem occurs in v1.1.3
    5. Solve the Remote management problem that failed to use port 8080 occurred in v1.1.3 and v1.1.3.1

    v1.1.3.1 2004/05/25
    1. This version is only for test purpose. It attempts to solve the DNS problem in Argentina.

    v1.1.3 2004/05/21
    1. Fixed a fatal DNS handling bug occurs in v1.1.2.
    This bug made DNS related functions, such as IPSec DNS Resolved, DNS
    Name Lookup and DNS proxy, worked abnormally.

    v1.1.2 2004/05/19
    1. Solved the IPSec problem that tunnel connected but failed to transfer data.
    2. Enlarge the maximum NAT concurrent sessions to 20000.
    3. Using the cramfs file system to enlarge the system memory.
    4. Solved the problem that the WAN interface goes up and down unexpectedly when heavy loaded.
    5. Modified DNS module in order to solve a DNS problem occurred when connects to specific Name Server.
    6. Support the Transparent Bridge mode.
    Purpose: Installing RV082 dose not need to change legacy network settings.


    7. Allow users to specify DMZ port as an IP addresses range.


    8. Support the Network Service Detection functionality.
    Purpose: It detects the connectivity between Router and specified host.
    It will log messages or remove connection when connection dropped.


    9. Support the Protocol Binding functionality. It allows users to specify IP or/and service passing through the specified WAN port.


    10. Remove the Bandwidth Threshold options. Because it got hard to understand when it working together with the Protocol Binding.


    11. Support the VLAN setting. The stations on the different VLAN group can not communicate with each other.
    For example: port1~4 set VLAN group as VLAN1, and port5~8 set as VLAN2. The port 1~4 users can access internet and communicate each other, but they can not communicate with port 5~8 users.

    12. On [Firewall -> General] page, added Restrict Web Features options to block Java/Cookies/ActiveX/…etc,.


    13. On [Firewall -> Content Filter] page, added Website Blocking by Keywords options.


    14. Support the DNS Resolved functionality. It allows users to specify the IPSec Remote Security Gateway IP as a DDNS name.


    v1.1.1 2004/03/17

    1. Solve the DPD (Dead Peer Detection) interoperability problem with CISCO IOS
    2. MTU implementation changed as follows:

    (1) <PPPoE is On & MTU=AUTO>
    - RV082 should be adjusted the MTU to Specified MRU size which is known through PPP negotiation.
    - If no notify MRU from the Peer, it should be 1492bytes as default.
    - If IPSec is used on PPPoE, set MTU size “Current MTU- 60†bytes as default if PPPoE is used in conjunction with IPSec.
    (2) <DHCP is On & MTU=AUTO>
    - If No Active IPSec tunnel, MTU should be 1500 automatically as default.
    - If There is Active IPSec Tunnels, set MTU size “Current MTU- 60†bytes as default.
    - Affect above behavior to following case.
    >DHCP
    >Static Address
    3. Decrease the NAT aging time.
    Purpose: To avoid the WAN connection dropped due to NAT table full

    v1.1.0 2004/03/03
    1. Fixed a bug that Factory Default function did not work in v1.0.12 only
    2. Modify the IPSec Keep-alive and connect-on-demand functions internally.
    Purpose: To reduce the overhead of RV082 system

    v1.0.12 2004/02/18
    1. Solve a problem that Microsoft trace route(tracert) did not pass through
    RV082.
    2. Solve a problem that failed to use XDCC transfer in IRC software.
    3. Support DPD(Dead Peer Detection) functionality.
    Note: Dead Peer Detection(DPD) is a mechanism used to detect a dead
    IKE peer. When DPD is enabled, and only if both peers provide DPD mechanism, periodic HELLO/ACK messages will be sent through the tunnel in order to prove liveliness. Once a dead peer found, RV082 will disconnect the tunnel so that connection can be re-established if needed. The DPD message interval can be changed from the Interval field. (Reference document: draft-ietf-ipsec-dpd-04.txt)


    v1.0.11 2004/01/15
    1. Support "NAT Loopback" functionality.
    Purpose: It allows LAN-side users accessing LAN-side server by
    typing WAN IP address.
    2. Support IPSec interoperability with SSH Sentinel VPN Client in both Main and Aggressive modes. Purpose: It allows users using SSH client to connect to RV082 through Group VPN tunnel(Aggressive mode).
    Note: Older firmware worked with SSH only in Main mode.
    3. Web-UI modification:
    Added 3 pre-defined service ports, PPTP(1723), IPSec(500) and
    L2TP(1701), in Service list on the "Setup -> Forwarding" screen.
    Purpose: It allows user to host PPTP server at LAN network by configuring this Forwarding page.


    v1.0.10 2004/01/06
    1. Support “NetBIOS over IPSec†functionality
    2. Web-UI modification:
    Added “NetBIOS broadcast†option on VPN Advanced page.
    Note: the default setting is Disabled
    Modified on-line help contents for “NetBIOS broadcast†option

    v1.0.9 2004/01/01

    1. Fixed following Web-UI bug that only existed in v1.0.8:
    On “DHCP Setup†page, DHCP server can not be disabled

    2. Web-UI modification:
    Added on-line Help contents about “Microsoft XP/2000 VPN Client†on “Client to Gateway(Group VPN)†help page.


    v1.0.8 2003/12/24

    1. Web-UI modification: Add “Static IP†setting on “DHCP Setup†page.
    Add “DNS†Server setting on “DHCP Setup†page.
    Add “Microsoft XP/2000 VPN Client†option on “VPN Client to Gateway GroupVPN†setting page.

    Note: This option is used for Dynamic IP (e.g. PPPoE or DHCP) users which using Microsoft VPN client. The difference between Microsoft and other VPN client is that Microsoft client does not support Aggressive mode and FQDN/UserFQDN ID options. Add/Modify on-line Help contents on “DHCP†and “Port Management†pages.


    v1.0.7 2003/12/02

    1. Modified the UPnP function for passing the test of “UPnP Certification Test
    Toolâ€

    v1.0.6 2003/11/26

    1. Solved an IPSec interoperability problem with Cisco VPN Concentrator. To accept more UDP/TCP ports when IKE Phase-1 negotiation
    2. Solved a problem that some kind of PPPoE password may be saved as incorrect value under Windows2000/98 environment.
    3. Fixed a bug that SNMP sysUpTime did not report the correct time.
    4. Web-UI modification:
    Enlarge the max. length of PPPoE username/password settings from 20 to 60 characters
    On “Advanced Routing†page, allow users to modify the value of Destination IP on exist entry. (This style are applied on all of the pages which use “Add to list†button)
    5. DHCP server modification:
    Do not assign unused IP address to client

    v1.0.3 2003/10/17

    1. Add internal check points for auto-test use. It is only used at manufacturing stage.
    2. Change the default snmp sysName from “RV082_<random mac>âto “RV082_<LAN_mac>â€
    3. Initialize the phrase of snmp sysDescr as “RV082 VPN Routerâ€
     

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