RVL200 SSL VPN and Windows 7 with IE8 not working

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by Ducati_Boy, Jan 20, 2009.

  1. Ducati_Boy

    Ducati_Boy Addicted to LI Member

    I've been playing with Windows 7 Beta on one of my machines and have been liking it so far. Everything has worked and loaded. If it worked in vista it works in windows 7. The only thing I'm having trouble with, the SSL VPN with my RVL200.

    I'm running the latest firmware (or whatever version that is in the sticky above).

    When I try to connect, I get an error loading the virtual connection. I have tried as the administrator on windows 7, tweaked settings in IE8. All sorts of stuff. I was trying to load IE7 on just in case it's an IE8 beta problem, but if you have windows 7 you have to run IE8. Firefox didn't work either.

    Oh well, so far lots of problems installing the virtual passage. If anyone else figures out anything or knows something I should try, let me know. My RVL200 works great with XP and Vista now, just having issues with Windows 7.

    Any thoughts?
  2. gilstrac

    gilstrac Guest

    I had the same problem with win 7 build 7100
  3. STEF

    STEF Guest

    Win7 Widows 7 Seven RVL200 Virtual Passage IE8

    I get the same issues ; I try to run Virtual passage on administrator, then in XP compatibility mode and then XP as administrator and nothing happens :mad:

    :help: :help: :help:
  4. mustto

    mustto Addicted to LI Member

    Same thing happens here with Win 7 and IE, so I hope there is a new firmware available soon.
  5. Paronsoda

    Paronsoda Addicted to LI Member

    I have the same problem with IE8 in Vista, so don't really think WIN7 is the real problem, more than it have IE8 installed.
    Really need a working firmware for this as soon as possible!
  6. critical

    critical Guest

    The same...
    any help from linksys team?
  7. wolanmn

    wolanmn Guest

    Just to throw my 2 cents in... I'm having the same problem in Windows 7 and the tunnel not installing. Has anyone come up with a solution yet?
  8. mustto

    mustto Addicted to LI Member

    Windows 7 RTM is going to be available soon, so I really hope that this issue is going to be fixed asap.
  9. dmose

    dmose LI Guru Member

    any resolution to this issue? I cant' connect with windows 7 at all..
  10. Paronsoda

    Paronsoda Addicted to LI Member

    More than a year since this thread started, and still no working firmware. Thats really good customer care from Cisco/Linksys :mad:
  11. mustto

    mustto Addicted to LI Member

    Immediate x64 support needed

    I am also really amazed that Linksys does not offer any solution to this problem. Because the lack of x64 support, I need to start evaluating other manufacturers and products.
  12. Disman_ca

    Disman_ca Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Well in case you guys didn't catch this End-of-Sale and End-of-Life Announcement for the Cisco RVL200 http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/routers/ps9923/ps9927/end_of_life_notice_C51-578147.html as of April this year they will no longer take phone support for the RVL200. Its too bad Cisco just cut this product off as it was good just needed to be improved.

    You can also call 866-606-1866 for support right now to see what they say but from what I have read on Cisco's forums, they do not intend on providing any more updates. The beta firmware v1.1.10.1 in the downloads section is reported to fix Vista issues.
  13. berthogendoorn

    berthogendoorn Addicted to LI Member

    I Have several Windows XP users that have lost the ability to log in to the office Network as they have upgraded to Windows 7 Pro, when are we going to see the new firmware to address this issue, it was promised before the end of first quarter 2010, which is just about here.

    The Router is less than 5 weeks old, I just do not understand why the support issue is so lagging.

    In the interim I had them install RealVNC to access the network, but only as a temp fix, please Cisco lets have that new firmware.
  14. ke3ju

    ke3ju Addicted to LI Member

    They just laughed at me when I called and ask about this. It's a dead product they told me. It is too bad..it's a great little box for the money. Mine is also only a few months old. It's BS...I'd be hard pressed to ever buy another Cisco/Linksys product again.

    I ended up putting DD-WRT on my linksys wireless access point, and setting up the PPTP Server on it. Works great. Sits behind the RVL200 with no problems.

    Hopefully there will be third party firmwares available.
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