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How to update a Cisco RV120W Wireless VPN Firewall

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I have a little knowledge of a Cisco RV120W Router.  The tech at Jive have asked me to make some changes to this device and i need some help.  The changes are as follows:
1) Enable port triggering on 5060 and 5061 (under Setup, Forwarding)

2) FIREWALL RULES
It is helpful to create rules allowing all traffic to and from our IP blocks.
199.36.248.0/22
199.87.120.0/22
162.250.60.0/22

3) If SIP ALG is an option you want to make sure that is DISABLED

Where in the router setting do i go to make these changes?
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You should first go to this link for the admin guide of this product, its pretty straight forward http://www.cisco.com/c/dam/en/us/td/docs/routers/csbr/rv120w/administration/guide/rv120w_admin.pdf

But to connect to the device you need to open a web browser and type in the IP of the inside or management interface and login to the gui so you can make those changes.
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i will attempt to work through this issue this week.
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No details - i already knew how to get into the router.  I needed details on how to accomplish this.  I still gave the points because i did end up using the manual but i had to get additional help.
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