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Problem establishing a VPN connection between two WAG54G

Discussion in 'Other Linksys Equipment' started by saktas, Oct 9, 2004.

  1. saktas

    saktas Network Guru Member

    I have two WAG54G gateways and cant adjust the settings on VPN tab

    Firmware Version: 1.02.1
    Firewall protection disabled

    Here is our settings:

    FIRST WAG54G
    IPSec Pass-Through Enable
    PPTP Pass-Through Enable
    Select Tunnel Entry Tunnel1
    IPSec VPN Tunnel Enable
    Tunnel Name Tunnel1
    Local Secure Group: Subnet 10.0.0.0/255.255.255.0
    Remote Secure Group Subnet 192.168.16.0/255.255.255.0
    Remote Security Gateway IP Address 2nd WAG54G Static IP
    Encryption: Disable
    Authentication: Disable
    Key Management Auto(IKE)
    PFS Enable
    Pre-shared Key specialkey123
    Key Lifetime 3600


    SECOND WAG54G
    IPSec Pass-Through Enable
    PPTP Pass-Through Enable
    Select Tunnel Entry Tunnel2
    IPSec VPN Tunnel Enable
    Tunnel Name Tunnel2
    Local Secure Group: IPRange 192.168.16.1-254
    Remote Secure Group IPRange 10.0.0.1-254
    Remote Security Gateway IP Address 1st WAG54G Static IP
    Encryption: Disable
    Authentication: Disable
    Key Management Auto(IKE)
    PFS Enable
    Pre-shared Key specialkey123
    Key Lifetime 3600


    With these settings, when i push the connect button,
    nothing happens and look at the log files and see;

    2004-10-08 13:20:18
    2004-10-08 13:20:18 IKE[1] Tx >> MM_I1 : 2nd WAG54G Static IP SA
    2004-10-08 13:20:18 IKE[1] Rx << MM_R1 : 2nd WAG54G Static IP SA
    2004-10-08 13:20:18 IKE[1] ISAKMP SA CKI=[7fcd2a7d b0501b70] CKR=[4f5e76da a7aadc71]
    2004-10-08 13:20:18 IKE[1] ISAKMP SA DES / SHA / PreShared / MODP_768 / 3600 sec (*3600 sec)
    2004-10-08 13:20:18 IKE[1] Tx >> MM_I2 : 2nd WAG54G Static IP KE, NONCE
    2004-10-08 13:20:19 IKE[1] Rx << MM_R2 : 2nd WAG54G Static IP KE, NONCE
    2004-10-08 13:20:19 IKE[1] Tx >> MM_I3 : 2nd WAG54G Static IP ID, HASH
    2004-10-08 13:20:20 IKE[1] Rx << MM_R3 : 2nd WAG54G Static IP ID, HASH
    2004-10-08 13:20:20 IKE[1] Tx >> QM_I1 : 2nd WAG54G Static IP HASH, SA, NONCE, KE, ID, ID
    2004-10-08 13:20:22 IKE[1] Rx << Notify : INVALID-ID-INFORMATION
    2004-10-08 13:20:22 IKE[1] **Check your Local/Remote Secure Group settings !

    Let me inform about your precious comments
    URGENT !!!
    Thanks alot
     
  2. TazUk

    TazUk Network Guru Member

    On the second WAG54G you've specified an IP range rather than subnet for both the local and remote groups. This should be set to subnet like on the first WAG54G.
     

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