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cisco rvs 4000 IPS and Port Forwarding

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we have a cisco rvs 4000 and we have att uverse. 50 down 5 upload
when IPS is enabled on the cisco rvs 4000 our internet speeds are cut in half. 20 down 5 upload
when we disable IPS our port forwarding stops working.

we want to be able to get 50 down and have our port forwarding working
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Have you looked at updating the firmware of the device?
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by:Clint Calvin
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I have updated the Cisco router to the latest firmware version.
but still no luck with getting the right speeds
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RVS4000, are end of life cycle, and if you enable IPS, that does reduces the speed....
https://supportforums.cisco.com/discussion/11596976/rvs4000-wrvs4400n-limited-internet-speed 

Do you have an option of upgrading your equipment? in my view it will be better, as RVS4000 is end of life cycle, there is no support on this device......and once you have new one, you will have support on that, and it will resolve your speed issue as well :-)
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by:Clint Calvin
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why would port forwarding stop working when we turn off IPS
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