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RV0xx Series Router Features
Ports
LEDs
Other Hardware Features
Default Settings
Mounting Options
Placement Tips
Desktop Placement
Wall Mounting
Rack Mounting RV082 or RV016
Connecting the Equipment
Getting Started with the Configuration
Troubleshooting Tips
Features of the User Interface
Changing the device IP address
WAN Setting (Internet connection)
Editing a WAN Connection
Changing the Administrator Username and Password
Setting the System Time
Setting Up a DMZ Host
Setting Up Port Forwarding and Port Triggering
Setting Up Universal Plug and Play (UPnP)
Setting Up One-to-One NAT
Cloning a MAC Address for the Router
Editing the MAC Address Clone Settings
Assigning a Dynamic DNS Host Name to a WAN Interface
Setting Up Advanced Routing
•Setting Up the DHCP Server or DHCP Relay, page56
Setting Up the DHCP Server or DHCP Relay
Assigning static IP addresses by adding devices from a list
Assigning static IP addresses by entering devices manually
Using the Static IP List to Block Devices
Viewing the DHCP Status Information
•Setting Up Dual WAN and Multi-WAN Connections, page65
Setting Up Dual WAN and Multi-WAN Connections
Managing the Bandwidth Settings
Setting Up SNMP
Enabling Device Discovery with Bonjour
Using Built-In Diagnostic Tools
Restoring the Factory Default Settings
Upgrading the Firmware
Restarting the Router
Backing Up and Restoring the Settings
Configuring the Port Settings
Viewing the Status Information for a Port
Configuring the General Firewall Settings
Configuring Firewall Access Rules
Setting up Access Rules
Using Content Filters to Control Internet Access
Getting Started with Cisco ProtectLink Web
Specifying the Global Settings for Approved URLs and Clients
Approved URLs and Approved Clients
Enabling Web Protection for URL Filtering
Updating the ProtectLink License
Introduction to VPNs
VPN Examples
Viewing the Summary Information for VPN
Setting Up a Gateway to Gateway (Site to Site) VPN
Setting Up a Remote Access Tunnel for VPN Clients
•Required fields for Manual mode
Managing VPN Users and Certificates
Setting Up VPN Passthrough
Setting Up PPTP Server
Setting Up the System Log and Alerts
Viewing the System Log
Cisco QuickVPN for Windows
Introduction
Cisco QuickVPN Client Installation and Configuration
Using the Cisco QuickVPN Software
Overview
Configuration Using a Static IP Address for the Remote Gateway
Configuration Using a Static IP Address for the Remote
Configuration Using a Dynamic IP Address for the Remote
Creation of New Services
Creation of New Bandwidth Management Rules
RV042
Cisco RV082
Cisco RV016
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