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PostPosted: Thu Nov 23, 2006 2:57 pm    Post subject: Can't Enable the DMZ on a D-Link VWR-VD? Reply with quote Back to top

Anyone know how to enable the DMZ on a D-Link VWR-VD Voip wireless router?

I go into the setup utility, click on Advanced, click on DMZ, select "Enabled", and click on Apply - but nothing happens.

I just get a yellow triangle with black exclamation point in the lower left corner of the IE6 screen with the text "Error on page." next to it.

If I bring up the error details it says:

Line: 517
Char: 3
Error: Object required
Code: 0
URL: http://192.168.15.1/cgi-bin/webcm?
getpage=../html/advanced/advanced_dmz.htm

The details on the back of the device are:

Model No. VWR-VD
P/N VOVWRVD......B1
HW Ver. B1
F/W 1.00.03

And the software versions reported by the setup program are:

Gateway VWR-11.4.0-r060331-1.00.03-r060627.img

Boot Loader 1.3.8.1602

Is there anything I can do?

Has anyone been able to enable the DMZ on this device?

Vonage support said to reset the router, which of course doesn't help...
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 24, 2006 12:12 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

we are patiently waiting for a major WVR firmware update that will hopefully correct a bunch of router related issues
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 24, 2006 10:09 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Wow... If the numbers in the gateway software string represent dates, then the utility is currently dated March 31 and the firmware June 27.

That's some wait for such a significant and obvious issue... Your patience is clearly greater than mine. Very Happy

I've also noticed that this unit causes significant interference with my TV. I have it about 5 feet away from the rabbit ears and get pretty significant rolling diagonal bars when the WAP is active. My Linksys never caused that. But then again, neither does a microwave which is also within a few feet of the TV.

I think I'll return the D-Link and get a Linksys Voip wireless router.

Thanks very much for the response! It was more than Vonage gave me.
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 28, 2006 9:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I just received the new Vonage VWR router and found out that I cannot enable the DMZ configuration.

The broken DMZ configuration page is a deal breaker for me.

This needs to be fixed ASAP!

Jas
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 28, 2006 9:55 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

ikhad the same prob about my vwr, called them and they suggested port forwarding, it's a firmware problem
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 28, 2006 10:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Port forwarding is a workaround. Depending on the amount of traffic that needs to be forwarded, using port forwarding could be an administrative burden to set up.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 29, 2006 11:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

I was using the virtual servers function in the router as a workaround to the DMZ function not working. This worked for a few hours. Next day I get home and notice that incoming SMTP email has stopped working and nobody can access my web sites.

1st problem: The router was locked up and no longer pingable from the LAN port side. In addition, my home phones no longer worked. Ok, so I rebooted the router by unplugging the power and plugging it back in. Unfortunately, this is this precise reason why I had to return my last router because this problem kept happening about every 12 hours the router would lock up and no longer function. Now we're back to this again with the new router.

2nd problem: Email is still not coming in a few hours later. I checked the Virtual Servers config page and all the port forwarding I set up previously was wiped out and non existent!

THIS IS COMPLETELY UNACCEPTABLE Vonage! I will definitely be closing my Vonage account if these problems persist because I cannot have both of these problems ongoing continuously at 12 hour intervals. Not to mention the firmware issues in the routers that are being reported should be fixed ASAP. No reason why these problems should be hanging out there for months!

Get your priorities straight Vonage and fix these router/firmware problems immediately. Rolling Eyes
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 30, 2006 12:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

you know this isnt a Vonage tech forum right, this is just for other Vonage customers to share tips to avoid the hassle of having to contact the company and wait to talk to a representative...

anyway the port forwarding thing works fine for me... definitely a burden if you were to have to change it, but worth cancelling for? i dont know about that. at this time i am out of that money back guarantee period so it'd cost me close to 100 bucks in that rebate fee and the cancellation fee, and it was close to 75/month with verizon anyway. maybe i'm just cheap but for me it's a heck of a lot easier for me to do port forwarding. i hope they put out dmz soon too, but here's to wishful thinking.
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2006 8:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Well, I returned my D-Link VWR after picking up a Linksys WRTP54G at Best Buy.

Fortunately I am still within the 30-day trial period so I was able to do this without getting fined by Vonage even though they are knowingly deploying a faulty product.

Port forwarding wouldn't have been an option for me anyway since I do some security product testing. I'm sure there must also be other scenarios where it would be a problem - especially if it can hose up the router as jasonboche reported.

Before the swap, however, I also found another problem with the VWR - it didn't let me print through a network print sharing device.

I have an Airplus APSUSB201 USB print server - one of those little boxes that let's you share a USB printer by plugging the USB printer into the device and then plugging the device into an ethernet port on your router. Then any system on the network can print to the print server's IP address.

The VWR was blocking all of the print jobs. They would just go into the local system print queue and keep trying (and failing) to print over and over. I could, however, PING the device and access its web interface through its IP address. Oddly enough, trying to send something from the command line with LPR would wake-up the printer, but the job still wouldn't go through.

With the Linksys router, everything works fine. Just plugged in the print server and it worked without any configuration needed. So it's most certainly another VWR issue - though I don't know if it's specific to my device or if it would affect other print server devices as well.

I also saw in antoher thread that some people have security configuration problems with this device:

http://www.vonage-forum.com/ftopic15983.html

I configured it for WPA-PSK without any problems though.

I did also notice that the DNS proxy "feature" was buggy as hell. I was getting frequent name resolution failures and didn't know why. During one outage I decided to ping my DNS servers to see what was up, so I opened my connection details and saw my only DNS was the router! I can't believe they make that the default setting considering how buggy it is.

Of course, in all fairness, the Linksys router also enables the DNS proxy by default and it is just as buggy on that device. So this may be more of a general DNS proxy issue than a specific vendor issue.

So to summarize the D-Link VWR problems I know of at the time I'm writing this (firmware VWR-11.4.0-r060331-1.00.03-r060627):

1. You cannot enable the DMZ.

2. The device puts out lots of interference (though you shouldn't see this unless you have an antenna based TV close by).

3. It blocks printing to [at least] an Airlink USB print sharing device - though I don't know if other similar devices would be affected.

4. Some people report problems configuring security settings.

5. Port fowarding configurations may cause lock-ups.

6. The DNS proxy feature doesn't work well (though this affects Linksys devices as well).

With the exception of the interference problem, this should all be fixable via a firmware upgrade - but both Vonage and D-Link seem to have been in the process of "fixing" this device for months...
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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2006 10:25 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote Back to top

Nice summary list of issues.

Add to the list of problems:

- When using a static IP address on the LAN side or if I have my NetGear FVS318 firewall router connected to the Dlink router, the Dlink router locks up every 8-12 hours consistently. Need to reboot it by recycling power on it to get it back up. When it locks up, web page is not accessible, local LAN address which web page runs off of is not pingable. No internet. No telephone.

- When router locks up and is rebooted, it loses it's port forwarding (virtual server) settings which have to be reprogrammed. I have to do this 2-3 times per day. Reboot router, and each time reprogram the port forwarding.

Garbage.
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