Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by Toxic, Dec 29, 2005.
What version of quickvpn are you using?
I have 1.0.28... actually we all do, and it seems i lucked out... guys on the road connected fine today, so i must have mucked up my system with the work-arounds/testing over the weekend... it seems the factory reset / reconfigure fixed everything for them...
so i'll deinstall and clean up my system, and reinstall, and hope for the best...
i started looking at the greenbow client this morning... we're happy to pay for something that is dependable (the QuickVPN just always worked for us inthe past)... any comments
on greenbow and the RV042?
thank-you for this forum!
It appears as though enabling https is the only thing necessary to get 184.108.40.206 working in vista. QVPN was working fine until I made some mods on the RV042 after which several settings were changed that I didn't realize until trying to vpn from home and not being able to connect. I thought it may be a recent software install or something on my local vista system. After digging and researching for a few hours I suddenly realized that I was logged in to router managment on http and not https, changing this one setting was all that was needed.
If your having QuickVPN issues, check the logfile,
C:\Program Files\Cisco Small Business\QuickVPN Client\Log.txt
then post the issue in a new discussion and get some help
Good forum! Lots of good info, but didn't help my problem directly. I couldn't get QuickVPN on my home PC to work with RV082 at work. I could remote manage the router, and connect with PPTP without any issue. In the end the issue was that the subnet address of my home network (192.168.0.x/255.255.255.0) was the same as the RV082 at work. When I changed my home network to 192.168.5.x/255.255.255.0, everything began to work flawlessly with QuickVPN.
Probably something that I should have realized, but maybe it can help someone else.