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Question by psecas
Submitted on 10/27/2003
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I am using a VPN firewall FVL328 from Netgear with firmware version  1.4 Release 17 i have some ports open for four computers using pcanywhere and it is working but if i try to add one more i cant. What can i do here? Is the using of the ports limited?

Answer by Carl_Net
Submitted on 3/10/2004
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What mode FVL328 worked with? NAT disable or enable? If disable, You can add more. If enable, you can't add more than one


Answer by hercky
Submitted on 4/23/2004
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do not use the fvl328, it has tremendous problems. Use the fvs318 instead. the fvl 328 should be removed from sale it is not of merchandisable quality.


Answer by wangvs
Submitted on 11/6/2004
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The FVS318 is not a substitute for the FVL328.  The 318 handles only 8 VPN endpoints while the 328 handles 100.  I have both.  I am still experimenting with them so I can't comment on alleged problems in the 328.  Router behavior, though, is a function of its microcode, so it's reasonable to expect that Netgear will resolve problems over time and fix them with microcode updates.


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