Using 2 RV042s in Gateway-to-Gateway VPN. Each site has a Static IP. Have established the VPN tunnel, however cannot connect to shared resource to/from either location and I think it is related to a networking/subnet issue.We only need to access a shared folder on 10.10.10.150 (server at SiteA) SITE A NETWORK: is a Win2K3 Domain with a server that has (2) Network adapters. The NICS are setup like this: Internal NIC: IP=10.10.10.150 SN=255.255.255.0 GW=empty DNS1=10.10.10.150 External NIC: IP= 192.168.16.1 sn=255.255.255.0 GW=192.168.16.254 (this is the LAN IP of the RV042 Router at Site A) DNS=10.10.10.150 The workstations on this domain use static IPs on LAN: IP: 10.10.10.xxx DG: 10.10.10.150 DNS 10.10.10.150 RV042- SITE A SETUP Local Group Setup: IP Only Static IP from ISP Local Security Group Type: Subnet IP: 10.10.10.0 SN: 255.255.255.0 Remote Group Setup: IP Only IP Addr: Static IP for remote site RS Group Type: Subnet IP: 192.168.1.0 SN: 255.255.255.0 IPSEC setup matches router at Site B Preshared key/3DES/SHA1/14400 PFS checked; Phase 2 same as Phase 1. SITE B NETWORK: Windows XP PCS on peer-to-peer in a worksgroup. The RV042 here is running DHCP. The LAN IP of the Router is: 192.168.1.1. The workstations get 192.168.1.xxx addresses. While at Site B, I can ping & remotely administer the router at Site A. While at Site B, I cannot connect to \\10.10.10.150\sharedfolder. I tried adding user from Site B to the SiteA domain, and tried the "Connect as User" method. Any ideas!!