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Passing all traffic over VPN tunnel

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by jeremyy, Apr 13, 2013.

  1. jeremyy

    jeremyy Reformed Router Member

    I found a pdf from Linksys showing how to pass all traffic over the tunnel IE not out the local WAN but the connecting endpoint network. I was a bit confused how its setup. So... I was noodling in my lab.

    Changing the local group to IP Netmask I was able to dump all the traffic to the end point but I noticed via a tracert traffic would leave the network over to the vpn to the edge router and all traffic would drop.

    meaning... local subnet at site A public ip at site C
    timeout timeout etc

    I am able to ping everything network at the local subnet should be able to reach.

    site A has a RV042v1 site C has RV016v1 both updated with the latest code.

    If anyone has advice or perhaps the easy guide maybe video? =)

    I thank you!
  2. Sfor

    Sfor Network Guru Member

    Well. For the start, why do you want to pass all the traffic through VPN.

    The RV0xx devices are unable to route the traffic inbound from the VPN to the internet gateway, I believe. Even more, the packets arriving through VPN are not processed by the device firewall, as well. So, the G2G VPN inbound traffic is just routerd to the lan without going through NAT gateway or firewall functions.

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