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Quick Start GuideCisco RV130 Multifunction VPN RouterCisco RV130W Wireless Multifunction VPNRouterPackage Contents Router Ethernet Cable Power Adapter Quick Start Guide Documentation and Software on CD-ROMVersión en Español para México en el CDVersion en français sur CDVersione italiana sul CDDeutsch Version auf CD

WelcomeThank you for choosing the Cisco RV130/RV130W router.This guide describes how to physically install your Cisco RV130/RV130Wand launch the web-based Device Manager.1Mounting the Cisco RV130/RV130WPlacement TipsTo prevent the device from overheating or being damaged: Ambient Temperature—Do not operate it in an area that exceeds anambient temperature of 104 F (40 C). Air Flow—Be sure that there is adequate air flow around the device. Mechanical Loading—Be sure that the device is level and stable toavoid any hazardous conditions.Place the device on a flat surface so that it sits on the four rubber feet.Wall MountingThe router has two wall-mount slots on the bottom panel. To mount therouter on a wall, you need mounting hardware (not included). Suggestedwood screw size is illustrated here (not true to scale).6.50 - 6.86 mm216 mm3706123.0-3.5 mmCisco RV130/RV130W Mutlifunction VPN Router

2Cisco RV130/RV130W FeaturesRV130 Front PanelPowerSolid green when the device is powered onand booted.Flashes green when the device is booting orupgrading the firmware.Flashes rapidly if the device is runningcorrupt firmware.Solid green when at least one VPN tunnel isVPN(for site-to-site active.IPsec VPNFlashes green when receiving or transmittingonly)data through a VPN tunnel.USBAmber when no enabled VPN tunnel isactive.Solid green when the USB dongle issuccessfully connected to an InternetService Provider (ISP) and an IP address hasbeen assigned.Flashes green when the port is sending orreceiving data.Amber when the USB dongle is recognizedbut failed to connect to an ISP.Cisco RV130/RV130W Mutlifunction VPN Router3

WANSolid green when the device is connected tothe Internet using a wired connection.Off when the device is not connected to theInternet or is connected using a USB dongle.LAN (1-4)Flashes green when sending or receivingdata over the wired connection.RJ-45 connectors that link local area networkdevices, such as PCs, print servers, orswitches, to the device. The numbered lightscorrespond to the LAN ports on the backpanel.Solid green when the corresponding port isconnected to a device.Flashes green when the port is sending orreceiving data.RV130W Front PanelPowerSolid green when the device is powered onand booted.Flashes green when the device is booting orupgrading the firmware.VPNFlashes rapidly if the device is runningcorrupt firmware.Solid green when at least one VPN tunnel isactive.(for site-to-siteIPsec VPN only) Flashes green when receiving or transmittingdata through a VPN tunnel.USBAmber when no enabled VPN tunnel is active.Solid green when the USB dongle issuccessfully connected to an InternetService Provider (ISP) and an IP address hasbeen assigned.Flashes green when the port is sending orreceiving data.Amber when the USB dongle is recognizedbut failed to connect to an ISP.4Cisco RV130/RV130W Mutlifunction VPN Router

WLANLit green when the wireless radio is enabled.Off when the wireless radio is switched off.WANFlashes green when transmitting or receivingdata using a wireless connection.Lit green when the device is connected to theInternet using a wired connection.The light is off when the device is notconnected to the Internet or is connectedusing a USB dongle.LAN (1-4)Flashes green when sending or receivingdata over the wired connectionRJ-45 connectors that link local area networkdevices, such as PCs, print servers, orswitches, to the device. The numbered lightscorrespond to the LAN ports on the backpanel.Lit green when the corresponding port isconnected to a device.Flashes green when the port is sending orreceiving data.Cisco RV130/RV130W Mutlifunction VPN Router5

RV130/RV130W Back PanelRESETThe RESET button has two functions: To reboot the unit and retain the currentconfiguration, press and hold RESET for atleast 3, but no more than 10 seconds, by usinga paper clip or a pen tip. To reboot the unit and restore the factorydefault configuration, press and hold theRESET button for more than 10 seconds.Changes you have made to the Cisco RV130/RV130W configuration are lost.LAN (1-4)WANPOWER12VDCRJ-45 device connections to link local areanetwork devices, such as PCs, print servers, orswitches, to the device.Internet device connection for connecting thedevice to a wide area network device, such as acable or DSL modem.Switch that toggles power to the device on or off.Power port that connects the device to theprovided 12VDC power adapter.RV130/RV130W Side PanelUSB—Type A USB port on the right side of the housing that supports3G/4G/LTE USB dongles.Kensington Lock Slot— Lock slot on the right side to secure the devicephysically, using Kensington lockdown equipment (not included).6Cisco RV130/RV130W Mutlifunction VPN Router

Connecting the Equipment3You must connect a PC to the device by using an Ethernet cable to performthe initial configuration. After the initial configuration, administrative taskscan be performed through the network or by using a wireless connection.To connect a PC to the device for initial configuration:STEP 1 Power off all equipment, including the cable or DSL modem, the PC,and the device.STEP 2 Use an Ethernet cable to connect your cable or DSL modem to theWAN port on your device.STEP 3 Connect another Ethernet cable from one of the LAN (Ethernet)ports to the Ethernet port on the PC.STEP 4 Power on the cable or DSL modem and wait until the connection isactive.STEP 5 Connect the power adapter to the device’s 12VDC port.CAUTIONUse only the power adapter that is supplied with your device.Using a different power adapter could damage the device.The POWER button is on by default. The power light on the frontpanel is solid green when the power adapter is connectedproperly and the device has finished booting.STEP 6 Plug the other end of the adapter into an electrical outlet. Use theplug (supplied) specific to your country.STEP 7 Continue with the instructions in the Using the Setup Wizard toconfigure the device.Cisco RV130/RV130W Mutlifunction VPN Router7

4Using the Setup WizardThe Setup Wizard and Device Manager are supported on MicrosoftInternet Explorer 7.0 or later, Mozilla Firefox 3.5 or later, Apple Safari 3.0 orlater, and Google Chrome 5.0 or later.To configure the device by using the Setup Wizard:STEP 1 Power on the PC that you connected to the LAN1 port in Step 3 ofthe Connecting the Equipment section. Your PC becomes a DHCPclient of the device and receives an IP address in the 192.168.1.xxxrange.STEP 2 Launch a web browser window on your PC.STEP 3 In the address bar, enter the default IP address of the device192.168.1.1. A site security certificate message appears. CiscoRV130/RV130W uses a self-signed security certificate. Thismessage appears because the device is not known to your PC.STEP 4 Click Continue to this website (or the option shown on yourparticular web browser) to continue. The login page appears.STEP 5 Enter the username and password. The default username is cisco.The default password is cisco. Passwords are case sensitive.STEP 6 Click Log In. The Router Setup Wizard is luanched.STEP 7 Follow the on-screen instructions to set up your device. The RouterSetup Wizard tries to automatically detect and configure yourconnection. If it is unable to do so, it might ask you for informationabout your Internet connection. Contact your ISP for thisinformation.STEP 8 Change the password as instructed by the Router Setup Wizard orfollow the instructions in the Changing the AdministratorUsername and Password section. Log into the device with thenew username and password.The Device Manager Getting Started page appears. It displays themost common configuration tasks.STEP 9 Click one of the listed tasks or a task listed in the navigation bar tocomplete the configuration.STEP 10 Save any additional configuration changes and log out of DeviceManager.8Cisco RV130/RV130W Mutlifunction VPN Router

Changing the Administrator Username and PasswordTo change the administrator username and password on the device:STEP 1 From the Getting Started page, select Change DefaultAdministrator Password or select Administration Users.STEP 2 Check Edit Admin Settings.STEP 3 Enter a new username in Administrator Account Settings. Werecommend that you do not use cisco.STEP 4 Enter the old password.STEP 5 Enter the new password. Passwords should not contain dictionarywords from any language or be the default password. They shouldcontain a mix of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers, andsymbols. Passwords must be at least 8 but no more than 30characters in length.STEP 6 Enter the new password again to confirm.STEP 7 Click Save.Cisco RV130/RV130W Mutlifunction VPN Router9

5Where to Go From HereSupportCisco SupportCommunityCisco Support andResourcesPhone Support ContactsCisco pport/tsd cisco small businesssupport center r.html?i !chSelect a link to download firmware. No loginis required.Cisco Open SourceRequestswww.cisco.com/go/smallbiz opensource requestwww.cisco.com/web/partners/sell/smbCisco Partner Central(Partner Login Required)Product DocumentationCisco d products support series home.htmlWireless MultifunctionVPN RouterFor EU Lot 26 related results, see www.cisco.com/go/eu-lot26-results.10Cisco RV130/RV130W Mutlifunction VPN Router

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Internet or is connected using a USB dongle. Flashes green when sending or receiving data over the wired connection. LAN (1-4) RJ-45 connectors that link local area network devices, such as PCs, print servers, or switches, to the device. The numbered lights correspond to the LAN ports on t