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RV042 to RV042 no longer working

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by Blinkr, Mar 24, 2007.

  1. Blinkr

    Blinkr Guest

    I'm having a problem with a router to router VPN connection. It has been working but now it has stopped on 2 tunnels.

    I have an RV042 at home & at work. My client has one also. I had a connection from both home & office to the clients router. Now neither will connect with the client. I have checked & rechecked ALL of the settings on all 3 RV042's. But when I click on the "connect" button from home or work, it comes back as "connect". I have looked at the clients router & the connect button says "disconnect" for my home & "connect" for my office. At home, my router button says "connect".

    So it appears from the clients router that I'm connected thru the home router. But the home router's button says "connect", which normally means that you aren't connected.

    On the office connection, both routers buttons say "connect". So that means I'm not connected thru either router.

    The client has several other tunnels to other RV042's. Those buttons say "disconnect", which means that they are all connected.

    All of these routers have been connected in the past week. What could be going on that would stop them from connecting to each other.

    I know I have probably not been very clear, but if someone needs any other info, please let me know what you need.

    Thanks!
     
  2. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    Havent dealt specifically with the RV series but overal my experience has been occasionally linksys vpn routers need to be rebooted. Now before you go that route and i know you said you double checked but double check again. I had almost the same issue just last week and looked and looked just about pulling out my hair, then i realized one place i forgot to make the IP change and thats all it took. So look again, make sure that you can ping all the wan ip's from the other routers and then if all else fails reboot. Side thought, you can create tunnels between your 2 routers to test and see if they are functioning properly. What do the logs say?
     
  3. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    have the remote sites WAN IP addresses perhaps changed? as ifican say it may just require a rebooted (maybe at the remote end)
     

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