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QuickVPNplus

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by mca007, May 10, 2007.

  1. blacklotus

    blacklotus Network Guru Member

    Soo clos with Vista Business

    i have several laptops, an XP sp2 machine works fine. however my vista notebook can't finish. it goes most of the way through, then says:

    Specified MainMode Policy does not exist

    what does this mean? i disabled Windows Defender per another post here. i modified the config xml file to match these settings, just like my working xp machine.

    here's the entire dialog:

    C:\QuickVPN Plus>quickvpnplus -u user -p pass -r Public IP -v
    QuickVPNplus ver: 1.0.6
    Flags: 0 (0x0)
    OSver: 6.0
    [T] Figuring out local interface.

    [T] ipADD 192.168.1.24
    [T] defGW 192.168.1.1
    [T] match found - I am done here.
    [T] interface type: 71

    Local ip address: 192.168.1.24

    Requesting configuration data from (Public IP)...
    [T] Uri: https://user:pass@Public IP:443/StartConnection.htm?version=1?IP
    =192.168.1.24?PASSWD=pass?USER=user

    using WinInet
    [W] Authorization 12045 - The certificate authority is invalid or incorrect

    SSLsrvCert: 00:0c:41:91:83:d1 RV082 "Cisco-Linksys, LLC" US Irvine California
    [T] HttpQueryInfo 401
    [T] Setting HTTP username/password
    [T] HTTP response: 200 - OK

    [T] Server response
    ---------------------------------

    version=1
    msgtype=configuration
    conn steve_rw
    presharedkey=e96ac25237838d69
    rightsubnet=192.168.210.0/24
    remotelanip=192.168.210.1
    dnsserver=192.168.210.1
    domain=linksys.com

    ---------------------------------
    LocalAddr: 192.168.1.24
    LocalMask: 255.255.255.255
    LocalSubnet: 192.168.1.24/255.255.255.255
    Presharedkey: e96ac25237838d69
    DNSserver: 192.168.210.1
    RemoteNet: 192.168.210.0
    RemoteMask: 255.255.255.0
    RemoteSubnet: 192.168.210.0/255.255.255.0

    Removing all dynamic ipsec policies ...
    netsh ipsec dynamic delete all

    Creating quick mode ipsec policy QuickVPNplus ...
    netsh ipsec dynamic add qmpolicy name=QuickVPNplus pfsgroup=grp1 qmsecmethods="
    ESP[3DES,MD5]:50000K/3600S"
    The requested operation requires elevation.

    Creating main mode ipsec policy QuickVPNplus ...
    netsh ipsec dynamic add mmpolicy name=QuickVPNplus mmsecmethods="3DES-SHA1-2 3D
    ES-MD5-2 3DES-SHA1-3"
    The requested operation requires elevation.

    Creating host to net ipsec rule ...
    netsh ipsec dynamic add rule mmpolicy=QuickVPNplus qmpolicy=QuickVPNplus srcadd
    r=192.168.1.24 dstaddr=192.168.210.0 dstmask=255.255.255.0 mirror=no conntype=al
    l psk=e96ac25237838d69 tunneldstaddr= (Public IP)
    ERR IPsec[06051] : Specified MainMode Policy does not exist.

    Creating net to host ipsec rule ...
    netsh ipsec dynamic add rule mmpolicy=QuickVPNplus qmpolicy=QuickVPNplus dstadd
    r=192.168.1.24 srcaddr=192.168.210.0 srcmask=255.255.255.0 mirror=no conntype=al
    l psk=e96ac25237838d69 tunneldstaddr=192.168.1.24
    ERR IPsec[06051] : Specified MainMode Policy does not exist.


    Configuration done.

    Activating tunnel...

    Pinging 192.168.210.1 with 32 bytes of data:

    Request timed out.
    Request timed out.
    Request timed out.
    Request timed out.

    Ping statistics for 192.168.210.1:
    Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 0, Lost = 4 (100% loss),

    I hope it's something simple.
     
  2. SteveJack

    SteveJack LI Guru Member

    Vista Home Premium

    I'm trying to use QuickVPNplus on Vista Home Premium, but I just get an error message:

    Requesting configuration data from MYADD ...
    SSLsrvCert: Linksys_WRVS4400N RVS4000 Linksys US
    [E] HttpSendRequest 12152 - The server returned an invalid or u
    nse

    QuickVPNplus could not obtain configuration data - bailing out.


    Is it a problem with Vista Home Premium? or is there something else I am missing?

    SteveJack
     
  3. SteveJack

    SteveJack LI Guru Member

    Thanks for all the help with previous post -F 2 worked.

    I'm on the negotiating IP Security problem at the moment.

    I have found you need to run the command prompt as administrator to get the IPSec negotiating to work.

    Also if you send the output of QuickVPNplus to a text file "quickvpnplus XXXXXXXXX > log.txt" instead of the screen you get more information.
    I think qvpn+ overwrites some lines when it outputs to the screen so you miss interesting error messages like "Requested Operation Requires Elevation"

    Hence the run as administrator command prompt.

    Cheers
    Steve Jacklin
     
  4. Dramastic

    Dramastic LI Guru Member

    Rvs4000, Wrvs4400n

    I've finally been able to get these to work fairly regularly with QuickVPNPlus. The problems seem to have to do mainly with "Block WAN Request". This should be set to disable (as in don't block it). I have also turned off IPS (Intrusion Prevention). Finally I had to use the -F 2 option with QuickVPNPlus.. Not sure what any of this is about to be honest, just reporting my findings.

    Thanks for creating QuickVPNPlus!
    (LinkSys should thank you too that I won't be returning about 5 routers)

    - Dramastic
     
  5. Chris2002330

    Chris2002330 LI Guru Member

    Negotiating IP Security

    I'm using the -F 2 option and connecting successfully to the rvs4000, but getting the negotiating ip security response on all 5 pings. The router says I'm online but I cannot ping anything on the remote network.:confused:

    Observations:
    in the verbose output I see that dnsserver = the remote gateway.. is that correct? what should it be responding with?:help:

    also, it identifies the domain as linksys, while I have this router host named and domain named in the WAN setup that is linksysstinks.:wacko::wacko:

    help appreciated!:flowers:

    I'm using Vista Ultimate, Microsoft OneCare Live 2.0 Firewall & AV and am sitting behind a Linksys WRT54GL connecting through to a RVS4000 using 1.14 firm.

    route prints do not show a relevant route to the new network... should I be manually creating the remote network route through the ipsec interface?

    my output

    using WinHTTP
    SSLsrvCert: Linksys_RVS4000 RVS4000 Linksys US

    [T] Server response
    ---------------------------------
    version=1
    msgtype=configuration
    conn xxxxxxxxxxxxx_rw_rw
    presharedkey=xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    rightsubnet=192.168.235.0/24
    remotelanip=192.168.235.1
    dnsserver=192.168.235.1
    domain=linksys

    ---------------------------------
    LocalAddr: 192.168.50.55
    LocalMask: 255.255.255.255
    LocalSubnet: 192.168.50.55/255.255.255.255
    Presharedkey: xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
    DNSserver: 192.168.235.1
    RemoteNet: 192.168.235.0
    RemoteMask: 255.255.255.0
    RemoteSubnet: 192.168.235.0/255.255.255.0

    ......................................
     
  6. Dramastic

    Dramastic LI Guru Member

    Just another observation: Sometimes after I connect it takes quite a while before "the planets align just right" and it starts working. Try using the ping command with the -t option on your VPN router IP address and being very patient. Last night I tried connecting and re-connecting at least a dozen times trying to get a connection established to an RV042 in which I could see the remote computers, but I never waited more than 3 or 4 minutes before giving up and disconnecting. Finally I just connected and issued the ping -t command and went to bed. This morning I was getting replies back from my ping. I'm not actually sure how long before it started working, but I would try giving the connection at least 10 minutes if you didn't get any error messages during your connect. One difference between your situation and mine though is that "Negotiating IP Security" quickly turns into "Request Timed Out" after 2 or 3 pings. With enough patience it should turn into "Reply [received] from"...

    Good luck,

    Dramastic
     
  7. joevitale

    joevitale Guest

    QuickVPNPlus + RVS4000 + WINXP-PRO

    Has anyone successfully set up a VPN connection between QuickVPN+ and a RVS4000?
     
  8. Dramastic

    Dramastic LI Guru Member


    Yes, several of us if you dig a little deeper into this thread. This thread (and QuickVPNPlus) was by far the greatest help to me when I was having problems. However, you'll probably find yourself spending days or even weeks working out all the issues with these devices. It by no means stops with VPN problems. These might be good for hobby-use if you are strapped for cash with lots of free time or still getting a weekly allowance from mom and dad, but they are definitely not ready for even small business use (as of this writting). The last straw for me was when one of the units I set up stopped functioning entirely after just a couple weeks and I went to reset it to factory defaults only to discover that you can't because of yet another bug. I've returned all my units and set up "Billion BiGuard S10"s for (SSL) VPN in combination with Dlinks (for wireless-n) instead. Probably a bit too expensive an approach for most home use, but ooh what a difference it has made for me.

    Sorry LinkSys, you lost a (formerly) loyal customer on this one. You've seen better days thats certain. What happened? I guess CISCO broke you when they bought you.

    I cannot recommend that you keep either a WRVS4400N or an RV4000 product. Return it if you can. I suggest you spend some of the time you will save in doing so by looking into an SSL-vpn based solution instead of an IPSec-vpn one.

    Many thanks still to Mca007 for the QuickVPNPlus development.

    Note to Toxic/Moderator: I hope it is OK that I mentioned other products and companies DLink and Billion here. I do not work for either nor stand to profit in any way from them or this message. Just advise from someone in the trenches.

    Regards,

    Dramastic
     
  9. Quickvpnplus, vista and wrv200 - Negotiating IP Security

    I have a setup where from my end I can connect to a remote WRV200 using QuickVPN and Windows XP. Unfortunately I need to get this working on Vista.

    I have given up on quickVPN in Vista and switched to quickvpnplus and like quite a few others in this thread everything looks OK down to the ping test at the end which returns "Negotiatng IP Security". This happens on both Windows XP and Vista so I am assuming I have missed something fundamental, however I have not been able to find anyone else with a solution.

    I have been trying to make sense of what to do with the certificate which I created on the WRV200, but nothing works. Like QuickVPN I have copied it to the quickvpnplus directory, but this doesn't seem to be enough.

    Please help.

    Cheers,
    Neil
     
  10. samuel613

    samuel613 LI Guru Member

    I also am stuck at Negotiating IP Security during the final-step Ping. This is on Vista x64 attempting to connect to an RVS4000 1.1.1.4.

    Here is the (modified version of the) batch I run AS ADMINISTRATOR to connect, and, when I'm done (assuming I could get on in the first place) then disconnect:

    @Echo off
    quickVPNplus -u username -r remoteroutername -F 2
    echo.
    echo When you are ready to disconnect,
    pause
    quickVPNplus -u username -r remoteroutername -F 2 -x
    echo.
    echo When you are finished viewing the on-screen information,
    pause


    When I run it in verbose mode, everything says successful. But the ping in the final step returns 4 "Negotiating IP security" responses, providing the first clue that something is not working.

    By the way, there is a successful RVS4000 to RVS4000 tunnel working at the same time.

    I'd be grateful to read everyone's ideas on this issue?
     
  11. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    Updated initial post with possible XP/2000/Vista Fixes from Microsoft.
     
  12. dabuds1967

    dabuds1967 LI Guru Member

    Hi there. I too was vicitimized and been working to get my VPN to work. I just received a laptop with Vista on it, before then QuickVPN was working just fine on all my XP system. Thanks to the information on these posts I've come a long way. I get the "Negotiating IP Security" 4 times in a row. I even left it pinging all night because I read somewhere it takes a few tries. Here are some details:

    OS - Windows Vista Home
    QUICKVPNPLUS - 1.0.6
    Router: WRV54G

    I know it has something to do with IPSec but just can't put my finger on what is causing the problem. Your support is much appreciated.

    P.S. One tip with Vista that had me stumped and figured out......open the command prompt program with a right -click, then "Run as Administrator" This was my last successsful step before getting to where I am now.
     
  13. dabuds1967

    dabuds1967 LI Guru Member

    Good day. I too have been frustrated by trying to get my VPN to work. QuickVPN worked great for me until Vista came out. Thanks to the wonderful info in these threads I think I'm REALLY close. I receive 4 "Negotiating IP Security" messages when I ping the router, so I'm thinking it is an IPSec thing. Here is my info:

    remote pc - Vista Home
    Router - WRV54G
    Using QuickVPNPlus V1.0.6

    Your help is much appreciated. The last successfull thing I did was right-mouse click the command prompt and run it as an administrator.

    Thanks!

    P.S. I may have accidentally posted something silimlar elsewhere. Sorry, in advance.
     
  14. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

  15. samuel613

    samuel613 LI Guru Member

    re: MS fix

    That KB article seems to be discussing accessing a SERVER behind a NAT firewall; in this case, though the QuickVPN/+ is the CLIENT, which is behind the NAT firewall, no?

    Any word on whether Vista SP1 will fix this?
     
  16. Devilstorm

    Devilstorm Addicted to LI Member

    Why can't it just work out of the box like it used to?
    Linksys used to be the cream of the crop (low-end wise) and now they just release beta-ware. Are we sure Microsoft didn't buy them instead of Cisco?

    I bought a RV042 for my small business because I needed VPN access during the holidays. Seemed like a simple setup until you get "Gateway nor responding, do you want to wait?" What the hell is that???

    So I call Linksys and they say its working in their lab, good luck.

    Yeehaw.

    More testing tonight.
     
  17. florenceit

    florenceit LI Guru Member

    I waited a year testing out alternatives / trying everything suggested here to leverage existing investments in linksys routers. linksys still has laughable support for vpn under vista, ive already started recommending alternatives to my customers. don't waste your time.
     
  18. Negotiating IP Security

    I know that these threads have spent a lot of time on discussing "Negotiating IP Security" issues on the RV042, but I have yet to see an answer that works.

    I have an RV042 that allows 1 connection, however I can not get a 2nd connection to work. The QVPN on the 2nd connection says it it connected. I ping an internal address and get 4 "Negotiating IP Security" replys. I quickly look at the remote management thru the web and see that I have connected, however after 10 seconds I get a popup saying "Remote Gateway not responding". I am running XP SP2 with the firewall turned off. On the RV042 I have the fire turned off. Aside from the command line tool found in QVPN+, is there a patch that works. I spent 2 hours on the phone last night with Linksys "Tech Support". They had me update the firmware on the RV042 and update the QVPN software. They claim that the whole system works fine. To some extent, I agree. 1 connection seems to work, but connecting a 2nd computer fails. Needless-to-say, here I am posting on this thread.

    I have been dealing with this issue for 3 years now when I purchased my 1st RV042. We now have a 2nd RV042 because the 1st one needs to be constantly rebooted.
    If anyone has any suggestions, I would appreciate it.
     
  19. EBAL

    EBAL Network Guru Member

    Just recently setup QuickVPNPlus 1.0.6 with a brand new RV042 (updated with latest firmware). So far it is working fine even with multiple connections. No dropped connections even after prolonged use.

    Question about using certificates - what security purpose do the certs provide if the "-c none" option is used? It will prompt to install the certificate and then allow the user to proceed. I thought the purpose of certs is to ensure both the client and the server have the same certs to authenticate both sides. Permitting the downloading and installation of the cert destroys this purpose.

    It seems to me QVPN+'s security basically relies on strong username/passwords only without the REAL benefits of certs - which essentially does NOT make it any better than using PPTP.

    Thoughts?
     
  20. raidu360

    raidu360 Addicted to LI Member

    I suggest using TheGreenBow client.
    It gives you more control.
     
  21. raidu360

    raidu360 Addicted to LI Member

    unofficially, Cisco says the issue is with the proprietary client negotiating the connection.
     
  22. raidu360

    raidu360 Addicted to LI Member

    TRY - Go to 'Windows Firewall' and include the VPNclient program in the "Allow a program through Windows Firewall" ...?
     
  23. cavementech

    cavementech Addicted to LI Member

    I have configured GreenBow and it will open the tunnel but then i am not able to access anything on the remote network. I can not ping anything. Any ideas?
     
  24. wmborah

    wmborah Guest

    "Negotiating IP Security" ping error with Vista

    I have read all 13 pages of this thread for help to get QuickVPNplus working with Windows Vista.

    I have an XP machine that connects perfectly using regular QuickVPN so I know I do not have router issues. The problem is 100% isolated to setting on my Vista machine.

    I try to run QuickVPNPlus through command prompt with appropriately setup config.xml file and receiving nothing but Negotiating IP Security when attempting to ping.

    I'm willing to pay $100 USD to anyone who can help get QuickVPN or QuickVPNPlus working on my Vista laptop.

    If you think you can help please email me at lee_at_vasche_dot_net. Please put QuickVPN in email subject.

    Thanks.
    wmborah
     
  25. bavcon22

    bavcon22 Addicted to LI Member

    Help on RVS4000 VPN connection

    I have RVS4000. I try to connect to my home LAN but I'm not able to "see" my home resurcue. What can I do? My router firmware is 1.2.10. My QuickVPNplus software 1.0.6.
    Response when I try to extablish VPN tunnel:

    C:\DELO\RVS4000>QuickVPNplus -f config.xml
    QuickVPNplus ver: 1.0.6
    Flags: 2 (0x2)
    OSver: 5.1
    [T] Figuring out local interface.

    [T] ipADD 192.168.17.23
    [T] defGW 192.168.31.254
    [T] match found - I am done here.
    [T] interface type: 6

    Local ip address: 192.168.17.23

    Requesting configuration data from 89.212.xxx.xxx ...
    [T] Uri: https://6100:8417@89.212.xxx.xxx:443...XXXX?USER=6100

    using WinHTTP
    SSLsrvCert: Linksys_RVS4000 RVS4000 Linksys US
    [T] HTTP response: 200 - OK

    [T] Server response
    ---------------------------------
    version=1
    msgtype=configuration
    conn 6100_rw_rw
    presharedkey=xxxxxxxxxxx
    rightsubnet=192.168.30.0/24
    remotelanip=192.168.30.2
    dnsserver=192.168.30.2
    domain=linksys


    ---------------------------------
    LocalAddr: 192.168.17.23
    LocalMask: 255.255.255.255
    LocalSubnet: 192.168.17.23/255.255.255.255
    Presharedkey: xxxxxxxxxxx
    DNSserver: 192.168.30.2
    RemoteNet: 192.168.30.0
    RemoteMask: 255.255.255.0
    RemoteSubnet: 192.168.30.0/255.255.255.0

    Deactivating ipsec policy QuickVPNplus ...
    ipseccmd -w REG -p QuickVPNplus -y
    Error converting policy: 0x2

    The command completed successfully.
    Removing ipsec policy QuickVPNplus ...
    ipseccmd -w REG -p QuickVPNplus -o
    Error converting policy: 0x2

    The command completed successfully.
    Creating ipsec policy QuickVPNplus rule Host-RemoteNet ...

    ipseccmd -w REG -p QuickVPNplus -r Host-RemoteNet -t 89.212.xxx.xxx -f 192.168.17.23/255.255.255.255=192.168.30.0/255.255.255.0 -n ESP[MD5,3DES]3600S/50000KPFS -a PRESHARE:"xxxxxxxxxxx" -lan -1p

    The command completed successfully.
    Creating ipsec policy QuickVPNplus rule RemoteNet-Host ...

    ipseccmd -w REG -p QuickVPNplus -r RemoteNet-Host -t 192.168.17.23 -f 192.168.30.0/255.255.255.0=192.168.17.23/255.255.255.255 -n ESP[MD5,3DES]3600S/50000KPFS
    -a PRESHARE:"xxxxxxxxxxx" -lan -1p

    The command completed successfully.
    Activating ipsec policy QuickVPNplus ...

    ipseccmd -w REG -p QuickVPNplus -x

    The command completed successfully.

    Configuration done.

    Activating tunnel...

    Preverjanje dosegljivosti 192.168.30.2 z 32 B podatkov:

    Iztekla se je časovna omejitev za zahtevo. (Request timed out.)
    Iztekla se je časovna omejitev za zahtevo. (Request timed out.)
    Iztekla se je časovna omejitev za zahtevo. (Request timed out.)
    Iztekla se je časovna omejitev za zahtevo. (Request timed out.)

    Statistika preverjanja dosegljivosti za 192.168.30.2:
    Paketov: Poslanih = 4, Prejetih = 0, Izgubljenih = 4 (100% izguba),

    C:\DELO\RVS4000>

    My configuration file:

    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="ISO-8859-1" standalone="yes" ?>
    <quickvpnplus version="1">

    <!-- ******* the following parameters MUST be defined either here or using cmd line switches ******* -->
    <vpnrouter>XXXXXXXX.dyndns.org</vpnrouter>
    <userid>6100</userid>

    <!-- ******* password if not defined here or in the cmd line will be requested during program execution ******* -->
    <password>XXXX</password>

    <!-- ******* QuickVPNplus by default uses port 443. You may need to use 60443 with some routers ******* -->
    <port>443</port>

    <!-- ******* optional parameters, delete the ones you don't need ******* -->
    <verbosity>1</verbosity>
    <flags>2</flags>

    <!-- ******* if you want QuickVPNplus to check the SSL certificate presented by the server you can set a subject to be matched ******* -->
    <certificate>any</certificate>

    </quickvpnplus>
     
  26. ChrisDTC

    ChrisDTC Addicted to LI Member

    I seem to be having an opposite problem from everyone else in here. I have an RV0041 router running the latest 1.3.6 FW and I couldn't get QVPN to work at all, then I found QVPN+ 1.0.6. I tried it on my personal machine, Vista Ultimate, and it worked like a charm, first try. After everything QuickVPN has put me through I was astounded.

    Now I have an actual user that needs to connect, using an XP Pro SP3 box. QuickVPN didn't work, now Im trying QVPN+ and Im getting to the last step

    Code:
    Negotiating IP Security.
    Request timed out.
    Request timed out.
    Request timed out.
    Ive installed the tools from the XP disc and added the DWORD value into the registy per the M$ KB.

    I actually have the XP machine running through the same local router as the Vista Ultimate box that connects fine, so I don't think any settings on the local router are the problem.

    Ive also tried disabling Windows firewall, adding exception for QVPN+ and several ports listed in this thread. Im out of ideas about this IPSec passthrough problem.

    Heres my full log

    Code:
    C:\Program Files\Support Tools>"C:\Documents and Settings\jaco5842\Desktop\Quick
    VPNplus_1.0.6\QuickVPNplus.exe" -u xxxx -p xxxx -r X.X.X.X -f config.xml
     -v
    QuickVPNplus ver: 1.0.6
    Flags: 0 (0x0)
    OSver: 5.1
    Local ip address: 192.168.5.100
    
    Requesting configuration data from X.X.X.X ...
    [T] Uri: https://xxxx:xxxx@X.X.X.X:60443/StartConnection.htm?version=1?I
    P=192.168.5.100?PASSWD=xxxx?USER=xxxx
    
    [I] using WinInet
    [W] Authorization 12045 - The certificate authority is invalid or incorrect
    
    SSLsrvCert:   TW none Taipei NetKlass Techonoloy Inc NetKlass localhost
    [T] HttpQueryInfo 401
    [T] Setting HTTP username/password
    [T] HTTP response: 200 - OK
    
    [T] Server response
    ---------------------------------
    
    version=1
    msgtype=configuration
    conn test1_rw
    presharedkey=b460a0f655a4fc08
    rightsubnet=192.168.1.0/24
    dnsserver=192.168.1.1
    domain=
    
    ---------------------------------
    LocalAddr:   192.168.5.100
    LocalMask:   255.255.255.255
    LocalSubnet: 192.168.5.100/255.255.255.255
    Presharedkey: b460a0f655a4fc08
    DNSserver:    192.168.1.1
    RemoteNet:    192.168.1.0
    RemoteMask:   255.255.255.0
    RemoteSubnet: 192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0
    
    Deactivating ipsec policy QuickVPNplus ...
    ipseccmd  -w REG -p QuickVPNplus -y
    
    The command completed successfully.
    Removing ipsec policy QuickVPNplus ...
    ipseccmd  -w REG -p QuickVPNplus -o
    
    The command completed successfully.
    Creating ipsec policy QuickVPNplus rule Host-RemoteNet ...
    
    ipseccmd  -w REG -p QuickVPNplus -r Host-RemoteNet -t X.X.X.X -f 192.168.5.
    100/255.255.255.255=192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0 -n ESP[MD5,3DES]3600S/50000KPFS -a
     PRESHARE:"b460a0f655a4fc08" -lan -1p
    
    The command completed successfully.
    Creating ipsec policy QuickVPNplus rule RemoteNet-Host ...
    
    ipseccmd  -w REG -p QuickVPNplus -r RemoteNet-Host -t 192.168.5.100 -f 192.168.1
    .0/255.255.255.0=192.168.5.100/255.255.255.255 -n ESP[MD5,3DES]3600S/50000KPFS -
    a PRESHARE:"b460a0f655a4fc08" -lan -1p
    
    The command completed successfully.
    Activating ipsec policy QuickVPNplus ...
    
    ipseccmd  -w REG -p QuickVPNplus -x
    
    The command completed successfully.
    
    Configuration done.
    
    Activating tunnel...
    
    Pinging 192.168.1.1 with 32 bytes of data:
    
    Negotiating IP Security.
    Negotiating IP Security.
    Negotiating IP Security.
    Negotiating IP Security.
    
    Ping statistics for 192.168.1.1:
        Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 0, Lost = 4 (100% loss),
     
  27. jfbell

    jfbell Guest

    Not completing the connection - Quickvpnplus

    I have been trying to get a robust connection to an RV082 for people offsite for a long time now - quickVPN just doesn't work (very often!!) - and when I found quickVPNplus - the first time I tried it it worked like a dream, quick connection, and stayed connected. Then I tried a number of different machines - and on some it just won't complete the last stage - usually a time out just as Chris mentions below.
    Now for the strange bit....
    I can run two "client" machines connected to the same network (in fact the same switch) both running XP Pro SP3, one will connect every time, the other will time out every time. I am even running the same username + password in the quickvpnplus command line. (And yes, I do log the connected one out before I try the one that doesn't connect).
    This suggests it isnt a router / port / RV082 problem at all - its down to something on the client machine itself. I have tried all the hints that I can find - including the registry addition for IpSec behind a NAT router - buy nothing helps.
    Help - please..

     
  28. vpnuser

    vpnuser LI Guru Member

  29. john2345

    john2345 LI Guru Member

    I found a great one! I wasn't getting quickvpnplus to work on Server 2003.

    Eventually, I created a batch file with the command I needed, then
    Right click the file
    Select Properties
    Select Compatibility tab
    Select run compatible with Windows XP

    Whoppie!!
     
  30. xrvjorn

    xrvjorn Addicted to LI Member

    Download links are dead :-(.
     
  31. black23

    black23 Serious Server Member

    Do you have copy of QuickVPNplus? Can You send it to me or upload again?

    Thanks

    Mike
     
  32. Remotely

    Remotely Reformed Router Member

    Any responses ? I can't find it on the web, and the links to linksysinfo.co.uk are dead. In fact, the domain appears to be dead.
     
  33. Remotely

    Remotely Reformed Router Member

    The links are dead, and the domain linksysinfo.co.uk appears dead as well. Can I get a copy from you ?
     
  34. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

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