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One-to-One NAT bombs Gateway to Gateway Tunnel

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by dlregister, Aug 2, 2004.

  1. dlregister

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    I have two RV082 VPN Routers at two locations. One location is in VA, the other in NY. In VA I have my server. I set up a Gateway to Gateway Tunnel between NY & VA. Everything worked fine. NY could see the server and PCs in VA, and VA could see the PCs in NY. Then, I needed to give my server an Internet presence. I set up Access Rules utilizing the private IP address. Then I set up One to One NAT for the public IP address to the private IP address and enabled it. Immediately my Gateway to Gateway tunnel bombed. The tunnel still showed as Connected, yet the two offices could no longer see each other. The only think I could do from NY was ping the RV082 in VA via a command prompt, and vice versa. When I disabled One to One NAT, the tunnel worked fine again. I tried resetting the routers and unplugging them. I've upgraded the firmware. Nothing works.

    Help!!! I must have the server on the Internet. I don't want to use forwarding because, I may need to add another web server in the near future. Plus, shouldn't the RV082 work as advertised? Thanks, in advance for any assistance. :(
     

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