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This article aims to provide a "what's in the box?" style product specifications about the RV340 Dual-WAN VPN Router. For a more in depth look, click here to view the RV34X series consolidated Data Sheet.
The RV340 Dual-WAN VPN Router is an easy-to-use, flexible, high-performance device well suited for small businesses. With added security features, such as Web Filtering, Application Control, and IP Source Guard, the new RV340 delivers highly secure, broadband, wired connectivity to small offices and remote employees. These new security features also provide the ease of fine tuning permitted activity on the network.
Note: To view a "back of the box" style article about the RV340 Dual-WAN VPN Router, click here.
a) RV340 Dual-WAN VPN Router
b) Ethernet cable
c) Quick Start Guide
d) Power Adapter
e) Console Cable
f) 2 Mount-rack Brackets
g) 8 mounting screws
h) Anchors and Screws
i) Foam Pads
|LAN IP Address||192.168.1.1|
|Fallback LAN IP||192.168.1.1|
The front panel shows the model number, the Reset button and several LEDs for Power, VPN, Diagnostics, LAN, WAN, and USB.
The back panel shows the USB 1 port, WAN ports 1 and 2, LAN ports 1 to 4, console port, On and Off switch, and the 12VDC 2.5A power adapter port.
The right side panel shows the second USB port.
This LED indicates the status of the device depending on what state it is in.
|Function||LED Name||LED Behavior|
|LINK/ACT and Speed||
OFF – No link is detected
Blinking – Link is detected, Rx/TX Data
OFF – 10 M/100 M link is detected or no link
Solid – 1000 M link is detected
OFF – Device is powered OFF.
Solid – Powered ON and booted.
Blinking – Booting
OFF – Device is OFF or DMZ is disabled.
Solid – DMZ is enabled.
OFF – No power or no VPN tunnel has been defined or all VPN tunnels have been disabled.
Solid – At least one VPN tunnel is up.
Blinking – Rx/TX Data
Solid – No enabled VPN is up.
OFF – No power or about to boot.
Slow blinking – Firmware is upgrading.
Fast blinking – The firmware upgrading is failing.
Solid – System has failed to boot with both active and inactive firmware images or in rescue mode.
USB 1 and USB 2
OFF – No power or no USB detected, or USB connected but not recognized.
Solid – USB is connected to the ISP and USB is recognized.
Blinking – Rx/TX Data
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