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RVL200 SSL Error

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by leaddog, Apr 6, 2007.

  1. leaddog

    leaddog LI Guru Member

    First off I want to thank everyone in this forum for helping those of us in need of solutions or ideas in resolving Linksys issues.

    I have an issue which Linksys tech support has not been able to resolve.

    I have a RVL200 which was purchased for just the SSL VPN feature. I have yet to keep it up for more than a few days at a time. All the users (3) get the "502 bad gateway" error. If I reboot it, it will work for a day or two. This is the second RVL200 which replaced the first one with the same problem. I have upgraded the firmware to 1.0.14 and then to 1.1.2 which then the router would lose 3/4 of the test ping to its loopback IP. So I downgraded back to 1.0.14.

    I would greatly appreciate any help with this issue.
  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    what type of Internet/WAN connection are you using?
  3. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    leaddog, check your Private messages
  4. leaddog

    leaddog LI Guru Member

    It is connected to a cisco 1700 that is the end point for a T1.
  5. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    Thanks for the info.
  6. Hi there,

    I'm having the same 'Bad Gateway' problem.

    The problem is intermittent. my RVL200 is already on 1.0.14.

    Is there an upcoming firmware upgrade or a solution to this?

    Thank you..
  7. rlmoore

    rlmoore Guest

    Same Problem

    I have 2 of these routers; both at 1.0.14 . One exhibits the failure you describe, the other one does not. A cheap & dirty fix for us (until Linksys fixes the microcode) was to get a $5 timer and turn the thing off for 15 minutes at 2AM every night. It has not failed since then ...
  8. t4thfavor

    t4thfavor Network Guru Member

    Wow, thats the kind of quality I am looking for, you better not say that too loud, or Linksys will include the $5 timer in the unit and charge you $10 more for it. Then we will never see the microcode fixed.

    Normally I would be advocating the Linksys brand name, but as of late the games they play are really starting to test my patience.

    I have already vowed never to buy another Linksys item(except off ebay) so that I may vote with my money.

    Note: I will buy older ones off Ebay since Linksys does not get any money for those transactions.

    The game that tests me the most was seeing how much hardware then can sacrifice for the sake of the bottom line before people would stop buying it. I think they finally found their mark.
  9. cronix

    cronix Guest

    Same here. Money not well spent. I now have a router that is not doing what I paid for.
    How can Linksys put this thing on the market when it needs to be restarted every day?

    Are they working on a fix, or do they just leave it as it is?

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