Excerpt: Purchased this router because previous Cisco router is out of date and firmware is no longer available. This new router was easy to set-up and throughput was very good too. I read a lot of negative reviews about this router, but it seems as long as you immediately upgrade the firmware and then rest...
Can not be used for vlans that need more than 254 IP addresses.
7 May 2015
Summary: Except for the lack of 16 bit subnetting support, the RV320 works great. The asa5500 does not support wan load balancing but does support 16bit subnetting. I have a guest vlan with about 1000 IP address for devices.
Excerpt: I bought this to replace a 10-year old D-Link VPN router. It stills works fine, but is too slow. I hesitated buying this due to other reviews on the Net (Cisco Community) having to do with frequent loss of connectivity. I thought newer firmware will have solved this problem. It evidently did not.
Summary: This was purchased to replace one of the best old routers ever available, and I truly miss the company - US Robotics. That one was years ahead of its time. The Cisco RV320 was desired for two key requirements, first Dual WAN (either failsafe or balancing modes), second VPN services.
Summary: Buying this model for my company. The best small business router. Dual Gigabit Ethernet WAN ports allow load balancing and business continuity Affordable, high-performance Gigabit Ethernet ports facilitate rapid transfer of large files, supporting multiple users Dual USB ports support a 3G/4G modem...