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Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by tmilo, Jan 19, 2006.

  1. tmilo

    tmilo Network Guru Member

    I recently bought an RV082. Setup was a snap. Using 2 WANS and load balancing seems to work really well.

    My only issue is that the firewall (with all the default settings) is blocking ALL KINDS of stuff. At least it seems that way from the logs. Here's just a very small section of the log...

    Code:
    Jan 18 23:35:02 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 68.81.185.42:6346->66.56.83.233:6348 on ixp1 
    Jan 18 23:35:35 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 66.166.139.129:30566->68.155.162.82:1026 on ppp0 
    Jan 18 23:36:33 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 61.132.74.135:38620->68.155.162.82:1028 on ppp0 
    Jan 18 23:36:33 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 61.132.74.135:38620->68.155.162.82:1032 on ppp0 
    Jan 18 23:36:33 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 61.132.74.135:38620->68.155.162.82:1030 on ppp0 
    Jan 18 23:38:25 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 204.142.87.60:2745->66.56.83.233:1026 on ixp1 
    Jan 18 23:38:45 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 216.197.140.181:20925->66.56.83.233:1026 on ixp1 
    Jan 18 23:40:44 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 71.113.27.182:50427->66.56.83.233:6348 on ixp1 
    Jan 18 23:41:34 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 219.147.192.118:52706->66.56.83.233:4073 on ixp1 
    Jan 18 23:41:34 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 219.147.192.118:52706->66.56.83.233:2 on ixp1 
    Jan 18 23:41:34 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 219.147.192.118:52706->66.56.83.233:4081 on ixp1 
    Jan 18 23:41:34 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 219.147.192.118:52706->66.56.83.233:1026 on ixp1 
    Jan 18 23:41:34 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 219.147.192.118:52706->66.56.83.233:1027 on ixp1 
    Jan 18 23:41:34 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 219.147.192.118:52706->66.56.83.233:1029 on ixp1 
    Jan 18 23:41:34 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 219.147.192.118:52706->66.56.83.233:1030 on ixp1 
    Jan 18 23:41:34 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 219.147.192.118:52706->66.56.83.233:1032 on ixp1 
    Jan 18 23:41:34 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 219.147.192.118:52706->66.56.83.233:1033 on ixp1 
    Jan 18 23:42:20 2006    Connection Refused - Policy violation    UDP 221.211.255.7:46732->66.56.83.233:1027 on ixp1 
    
    I have NO CLUE how to interpret what the logs are telling me though.... and NO CLUE if the firewall is perhaps blocking stuff it shouldn't.

    Any info, guidance, comments or general analysis would be VERY much appreciated.

    Regards...

    Tim
     
  2. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Try using the following settings:

    Encryption: 3DES
    Authenticatio: SHA1

    - Auto (Ike) should be enabled
    - enable "PFS" for tunnel and client connection
    - set key lifetime to 3600

    Make sure your advanced settings are the same; use "1024" for the group.

    Doc
     
  3. tmilo

    tmilo Network Guru Member

    OK... now you've really lost me.

    I've looked all over in the router admin screens and the only place I can find anything that even remotely looks like what you've asked me to do is on the VPN tunneling screens.

    I don't have any tunnels set up at all. Do I need this? Why?

    Please tell me more so I understand what's behind what you're telling me to do.
     
  4. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Ooops... My mistake, I may have been looking at the wrong post.

    Since I'm here, I've taken another look and it looks like it "may" be your firewall that it's having a problem with. I don't own that particular model, but that's what it appears to be to me. If I'm mistaken, hopefully an RV082 owner may take a look.

    Change the title of your post to something like "RV082 Configuration Error" and maybe an RV082 owner will respond...

    Doc
     

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