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Cisco 2811 & RV042 VPN connection

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by jtruelove, Oct 13, 2007.

  1. jtruelove

    jtruelove LI Guru Member

    I can not get traffic to go from one side of the VPN tunnel to the other side.
    The tunnel is connected but I am unable to ping across the connection.

    I have the following setup:

    Cisco 2811 router FastEthernet 0/0 IP
    RV042 LAN

    other side is:
    Cisco 2811 router FastEthernet 0/1 IP
    RV042 LAN

    I have tried many different configuration. Gateway mode, router mode,
    different settings on the local and remote security policies still not luck.

    What am I missing ?
    Has anyone else gotten a similar configuration to work ?

    The Cisco 2811 routers are running EIGRP.

    Thanks for any help that can be provided.
  2. jtruelove

    jtruelove LI Guru Member

    Forgot to list the firmware version.

  3. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    afaik the two sides have to be in a different subnet, try changing the one of the RV042's Subnet. ie. to
  4. jtruelove

    jtruelove LI Guru Member

    I also have the serial ports on the Cisco 2811 routers connected to a MPLS network. Changing the subnet on one routers worked as far as pinging things but it now going across the MPLS network.

    I am trying to setup a backup connection on my Cisco 2811 routers so that if the MPLS network goes down, it will use the Internet VPN connection.

    Any suggestions ? It's still not working like it should.

    Oh and Thanks for the help.
  5. jtruelove

    jtruelove LI Guru Member

    Toxic thanks for your help.

    I think that I now have it working correctly.

    I had to create a GRE tunnel on each router so that the route could
    go across the VPN tunnel and then get installed in the EIGRP process.

    Used the interface tunnel 0 command and then just setup the correct parameters.

    I still need to test failover and maybe setup load balancing but at least the route through the VPN is showing up.

    Thanks again.
  6. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    eric_stewart is our relevant Cisco Guru if you need any help on the cisco
  7. jtruelove

    jtruelove LI Guru Member

    Ok, I may need help on the Cisco part.

    I have a tunnel setup on both routers. The VPN connection is up.
    I have EIGRP running and I can see the other 2811 router as a neighbor.

    When I take down the MPLS circuit, I get a message about recursive routing and then it takes down the tunnel.

    So I did some looking for recursive routing and then applied a distribute-list for the tunnel. I still don't think I have things working correctly.

    Current setup:

    2811->RV042-> Internet <-RV042<-2811

    #1 2811:
    F0/1 is
    Tunnel is
    #1 RV042 is

    #1 2811:
    F0/1 is
    Tunnel is
    #2 RV042 is

    Any suggestions would be great. I need to get the EIGRP routing to work correctly so that when the MPLS fails it will use the VPN connection.

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