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wrv200 remote management

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by raylward102, Dec 27, 2006.

  1. raylward102

    raylward102 Network Guru Member

    I have quickly looked through for posts related to my problem but have not seen any. I have sold 4 wrv200 routers to my customers. I had the routers set-up for remote management on port 8080. In the past, I was able to access the routers from a remote location but find that I cant now. When I try to access them, I type in the ip address with :8080 behind the ip. I get the prompt for the username and password and after submiting the credentials, I get a blank page that says "done" loading at the bottom with no error messages. The same happens in Firefox. I have tried other PC's and found the same out come. Any idea's?
  2. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    Then reboot the wrv, sometimes they like to get hung up.
  3. lattedfw

    lattedfw LI Guru Member

    As mentioned above, rebooting brings it back to life. I have noticed that VPN ceases to work when the web server fails to respond to local or remote management (still verifying if this is always the case or not).
  4. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    Yes and no, in my experience ipsec tunnels stay up and the router will respond to quickvpn requests however if you are intiating pptp or ipsec from the inside out, that is what appears to break when the remote page stops responding.
  5. raylward102

    raylward102 Network Guru Member

    Ya.....easier said then done......They are all at remote locations and how is it that all of them are doing this at the same time?
  6. raylward102

    raylward102 Network Guru Member

    I dont have any vpn tunnels setup on any of them yet...........I just enabled remote management for configuring the routers over the internet. The users have not called and complained. I dont want to call them either as I just wanted to login and test the vpn capabilities from wrv200 to a sonicwall.

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