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QuickVPN problem connected but cannot ping

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by chilly-mac, Dec 17, 2005.

  1. chilly-mac

    chilly-mac Network Guru Member

    Posted: 2005-12-16, 18:08:51 Post subject: WrV54G Quick VPN Problem

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    I can connect to the remote wrv54g router.
    I can ping the remote router's internal ip address of 10.10.10.200
    I cannot ping any other devices on the remote network
    I can ping remote network devices using the ping utility on the WRV54g

    Any ideas why this would happen

    Thanks

    Chilly-mac
     
  2. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    First, make sure the devices the other side don't have software firewalls running. Next, verify that the computers are part of a domain with the proper dns settings configured. If they are not in a domain configuration (i.e., "workgroup), create a local user account that will allow access when you connect with VPN.

    Improper DNS settings can generally be a problem; check those out before looking elsewhere (as a suggestion for starters).

    Doc
     
  3. jkaris

    jkaris Network Guru Member

    I am having the same problem.

    I have a RV082 and am using QuickVPN.

    I can ping everything on the network EXCEPT my 2 servers.

    The RV082 is 192.168.0.1
    The Domain Controller (also DHCP) is 192.168.0.2
    The UNIX telnet server is 192.168.0.10

    Everything else is higher.

    I can connect via QuickVPN and ping everything BUT the domain cntroller (0.2) and the unix server (0.10)

    From the routers web interface, I can ping both. Also, if I remote (over the VPN) to a computer on the insde, I can ping both. But... from my computer that is connected via QuickVPN I cannot ping those 2 computers.

    Any ideas why?


    Thanks in advance!
     
  4. jkaris

    jkaris Network Guru Member

    Bump.
     
  5. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Same thing, check and see if a firewall is blocking the syn ---> ack

    Doc
     
  6. iconeater

    iconeater Network Guru Member

    I too am having this type of problem.

    I can connect using quick VPN

    I can ping all LAN adresses

    I can not connect to shared drives
    I can not connect to the exchange server via outlook.

    If i connect using PPTP server and the XP client. EVERYTHING WORKS.

    Only thing is is that PPTP is not as secure and it only supports 5 clients...need more.

    Any Ideas?
     
  7. jkaris

    jkaris Network Guru Member

    Here is an update, as far as my situation goes.

    We got a WRV54G and created a full tunnel. Same problem. Couldn't ping or contact the .2 or .10 ip's.

    So, I changed the IP of the DNS server to .205 and it worked fine.

    To fix the issue with the .10 unix server (SCO 5) the unix guy had to create a gateway on the unix box.

    Now all is well, although I don't know why there was an issue in the first place.
     

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