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rv042 and QuickVPN "Verifying Network" Hang

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by sfc123, Apr 3, 2005.

  1. sfc123

    sfc123 Guest

    I have read everything there is to read on this site about the "verifying network" hang problem and I haven't found a solution.

    I can connect to the router and look on the router's web interface to see that the router shows me as connected, but I am unable to get to the next phase.

    One problem I have noticed is that I can not start the IPSEC service on my client computer. Other than that I don't see what else could be the problem.

    My network card ip address is assigned by verizon wireless broadband so it shouldn't conflict with the network the router is connected to.

    But there seems to be something I am missing.

    FYI, I am running 1.3.3 on the the router.

    Thanks for any suggestions,

    Richard
     
  2. mkucic

    mkucic Network Guru Member

    Same problem

    I have the same problem. You find a fix to this. So much for instant easy connection the quickvpn claims to deliver.

    Update. Amazon.com. The reviews had the solution. It was windows firewall. Also check the NAT/IPSEC passthrough on your local router.
     
  3. decarlod

    decarlod Network Guru Member

    I saw the Amazon review and the users instructions. I verfied that I had everything set the way he did. Still I hang on "verifying network". I am using Firmware 1.3.3. Has anyone else resolved this?
    Thanks
     
  4. dumbo

    dumbo Network Guru Member

    I went through a lot of trouble until I figured out the problem of "Verifying Network". After solving this problem I created a BAT file to automate my connection, this way I can use multiple VPN clients. I use Nortel VPN to connect to work and QuickVPN to connect to my Home network WRV54G.

    First I have the following enabled PPTP, IPSec, L2TP on router. I noticed that you need to have IPSec Service set to Manual for Quick VPN to work. Also I have noticed that my router goes into some mode and the only way out is to reboot before you can use VPN.

    For QuickVPN I use the following script which disables my Firewall and enables IPSec service and connects (to use this put the following command in VPN.bat file and run - XP SP2 only):
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    @echo off
    netsh firewall set opmode mode=DISABLE
    sc stop PolicyAgent
    sc config PolicyAgent start= demand
    call "C:\Program Files\Linksys\Linksys VPN Client\VPNClient.exe"
    netsh firewall set opmode mode=ENABLE
    exit
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    For Nortel VPN I use (IPSec must be disabled):
    ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    @echo off
    sc stop PolicyAgent
    sc config PolicyAgent start= disabled
    call "C:\Program Files\Nortel VPN\Extranet.exe"
    exit
    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    You can have multiple VPN clients installed on your machine and configure each client accordingly. I have yet to figure out how to connect using XP VPN to WRV54G. I will appreciate any help.
     
  5. ctconnol

    ctconnol Guest

    Same problem but no luck with above fixes

    I'm using the RV042 at homw I have firmware version 1.3.9. I was able to use the quick client to connect from a friends computer but when I get to work I get a gateway lost connection error. The software says that I am connected but I can't see anything at all. I am using our SBC dsl Line to try to connect. I am using a homeportal 1800HG with firm ware of 3.7.1
     

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