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Quick VPN and RV082

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by Naz77, Apr 1, 2007.

  1. Naz77

    Naz77 LI Guru Member

    I am trying to create a VPN connection using the Quick VPN software client.

    I have created the user on my RV082 and am able to connect, but can not connect to anything on my remote network.

    The RV082 shows the connection and I have a connection status of online.

    I have been able to connect with Windows XP dial-up connection, but wanted to have a split VPN connection so I don't send all of my traffic thru my remote network.

    Thank you in advance for all your help.

    George
     
  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    what method are you using to try and connect to the remote network? have you used UNC in the run commandline?

    \\remote_ip\sharename\
     
  3. Naz77

    Naz77 LI Guru Member

    I have tried to ping the gateway and other host on the remote network, connect to remote web servers using their IP address, connect to mapped drives and ran route print to see if there are any routes for the remote network. None of these tasks worked.

    I have also scanned the remote network and was unable to see the ip address of my laptop. Do I have to set my ip address manually or does quick VPN assign an address to the interface it created.

    If you need any further information to assist with this problem, please let me know and I will glad send it to you.

    Thank you very much for your time to look over this matter for me.

    George
     
  4. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    So you dont drive yourself crazy trying to understand quickvpn its a little different from most vpn's. You will not see an ip on the machine that you are using other then the ip of the network it is connected too. QuickVPN sort of intercepts all packets being sent to the nic and determines which ones need to be sent across the vpn and just allows all the rest to pass. When you are truly connected you should minimally be able to ping the lans default gateway ip (the lan of the quickvpn router you are connected too). If everything is connected and looks good, but still seems to not be working i would run wireshark or any other packet sniffer of your choosing and see what is happening to the packets you are sending that are suppose to be sent across the quickvpn tunnel. The other thing you can do if that is not an option is log into the router remotely and watch the logs as the quickvpn connection is being created.
     
  5. B4rT

    B4rT Network Guru Member

    after connect restart IPSEC service on your pc and it shoud work, but still dont know how to fix this.
    It is something with Active Directory Security Policy
     
  6. aviegas

    aviegas Network Guru Member

    Is there any? If yes, then it's a posibility.

    I will assume you are running XP SP2. Try turning the firewall off and see if it work. If yes, you need the IPSec fix that is not part of MS infamous "Windows Update". Chekc http://support.microsoft.com/kb/889527
     

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