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Help, how do I route two WRV54Gs with separate WAN addresses?

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by psteiner, Jan 4, 2007.

  1. psteiner

    psteiner Guest

    I have multiple gateways (two WRV54Gs and one BEFVP41) and each gateway is connected to a separate broadband connection (cable modem).

    These gateways are connected to a managed switch.

    I have assigned certain gateways to certain WinXP and Win2k servers to break up bandwidth usage within the entire network. Each system has only one gateway assigned.

    I can connect in with QuickVPN on either WRV54G router and access any system that uses that gateway. I cannot however access a system that contains the other WRV54G gateway. Neither QuickVPN connections allow me to access the 10.1.1.108 BEFVP41 systems.

    Why is this? I've tried adding routes and cannot make it work.

    The router IP's are 10.1.1.108 for a BEFVP41. The first WRV54G is 10.1.1.107 and the second WRV54G is 10.1.1.109.

    WinXP 10.1.1.54 has the gateway 10.1.1.109 (WRV54G).
    Win2K 10.1.1.230 has the gateway 10.1.1.107 (WRV54G).
    Win2k Server 10.1.1.13 has the gateway 10.1.1.108 (BEFVP41).

    10.1.1.54 is not accessible when quickvpn on 10.1.1.107.
    10.1.1.230 is not accessible when quickvpn on 10.1.1.109.
    10.1.1.13 is not accessible from quickvpn 10.1.1.107 and quickvpn 10.1.1.109.

    I have tried changing the 10.1.1.107 router and all associated systems with that gateway to 10.1.3.107 and I still cannot connect to them with a QuickVPN 10.1.1.109 connection, only with the QuickVPN 10.1.1.107 connection. I've even tried creating a tunnel between the two WRV54G's and still cannot cross the seemingly great divide. :frown:

    Thanks in Advance,
    Peter
     
  2. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    At first glance , it looks like the vpn tunnel won't connect between the two WRV54G's because the internal LAN ip's are the same, unless I'm missing something (10.1.1.107 and 10.1.1.109).

    Even changing one of the internal LAN ip's and rebooting the router, there's still no connection?

    Jay
     

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