Cisco Small Business RV325 - router - desktop

Mfg.Part: RV325-WB-K9-NA | CDW Part: 4021196 | UNSPSC: 43222609
Availability: 3-6 Business Days
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  • Router
  • 14-port switch
  • GigE
  • WAN ports: 2
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Cisco Small Business RV325 - router - desktop
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Main Features
  • Router
  • 14-port switch
  • GigE
  • WAN ports: 2
The Cisco RV325 Dual Gigabit WAN WF VPN Router with web filtering protects your business network by blocking unwanted and low-reputation websites. This model is the ideal choice for a growing small business or office that requires a high-performance networking router for maximum uptime. Keep your business and your employees online.
Cisco Small Business RV325 - router - desktop is rated3.50 out of5 by2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Router fine, however code bug, real problem CDW stinksThis router had a code bug that was identified by cisco (very efficiently), however dealing with CDW to attempt to find the code bug and then the impending return was beyond words. I have had an easier time dealing with telcos. They do not answer the phone and claim their return process takes 2-3 WEEKS! Also, they don't bother telling you they are actually buying from another vendor (in this case Tech Data) and they don't bother mentioning, however the customer has to follow the return/RMA process from a vendor (2nd hand) that they didn't intend to do business with.
Date published: 2016-08-18T00:00:00-04:00
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This product is exceptional with exception of DMZ setupThis router is replacing a 4 yr old Cisco SA540, which was a breeze to configure for routing, VPN and DMZ. Only reason to give it up is no more web filter definition updates for unit (EOL). The new RV325 is also easy to setup for my normal routing and VPN usage, but when it comes to setting up the DMZ, I'm at a stand still. I cannot use the same logic for this DMZ, define port, use 172.16.x.x /24, then create aliases (to WAN port) and create rules mapping the public to the private DMZ addresses. There's no thorough documentation to help with the DMZ other than a single DMZ host selection. Does me no good, I need 25 outside addresses ported to inside addresses.
Date published: 2016-11-03T00:00:00-04:00