Hi all, I'll try to make this question as clear as possible. At site 1, we have the following: RV042 #1 - in gateway mode 192.168.101.1 255.255.255.0 At site 2, we have the following: RV042 #1 - in gateway mode 192.168.0.1 255.255.255.0 RV042 #2 - in router mode 192.168.2.1 255.255.255.0 The two sites are connected via a site to site vpn. RV042 #1 at site 1 is connected via vpn to RV042 #1 at site 2. This works fine, all hosts on both ends can ping and connect to each other as needed. However, RV042 #2 at site 2 is acting strangely. The first issue is that if I try to connect to it via a web browser, it routes me to the RV042 #1 (site 2), even though it says I'm at the correct IP for RV042 #2. The only way I can get to it is by changing my pc to be on the subnet of #2. The two subnets seem to have no issue pinging each other though, and as far as I can tell, anyone on the #2 subnet can also get out to the internet. As well, we would like to have the site to site vpn allow for connectivity to the RV042 #2 subnet, but it doesn't look like it's allowing that. I haven't setup any static routes to that subnet just yet (I'm offsite at the moment unfortunately, and no one there can help troubleshoot this, so I'll have to wait until I get on site so I can properly connect to the second RV042). So, to summarize: 1. Site 2 has two RV042's. One is in gateway mode, one is in router mode. I can't seem to connect to the one in router mode any longer through a browser (even though it says I'm at the correct IP), but I can ping it from router 1. 2. What do I need to do to allow access to router 2's subnet from the site to site vpn that router's 1 and 2 at sites 1 and 2 are on? I'm assuming static routes to each network need to be setup. Please let me know if you need me to clarify at all; I realize this question is a bit confusing. Thanks, J.