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RV042 with VPN setup

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by kevinn, Jul 13, 2007.

  1. kevinn

    kevinn LI Guru Member

    hi all,

    iam using RV042 with firmware 1.3.7.4

    I want to setup VPN with IPsec and here is my setting.

    IpSec Pass Thru : Enable
    PPTP Pass Thru: Enable
    L2TP pass thru: Disable

    SNMP and UPnP : Disable

    Firewall:

    Firewall : Enable
    SPI (Stateful Packet Inspection) : Enable
    DoS (Denial of Service) : Enable
    Block WAN Request : Enable
    Remote Management : Disable Port: 80
    HTTPS : Enable
    Multicast Pass Through : Disable
    MTU : auto



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    Then i created an user account under VPN client Access. I used QuickVPN 1.1.0 to connect but received this connection error:

    1. Inconnect password
    2. No Valid IP for the network card
    3. Incorrect server address
    4. You may need to disable your windows firewall

    On the client machine i have firewall off, password/login is correct and server address is no doubt. However, one thing iam not sure is about Invalid Network IP.
    (i did try to toggle IPsec services on and off in service of client machine but no luck either)

    Since both client and VPN server have the same subnet IP scope . 192.168.1.x

    To verify that i tried to connect thru VPN PPTP with XP/2000 vpn client. I managed to get connected (vpn did assign me an local ip) but can't access nor see network resource/nodes.
    (i guess this is becuase it got confused w/ same subnet IP on both ends)
    Again i'm only guessing here. I dont have experience w/ VPN.



    Umm, hope i did not leave out any important infos that would need to solve the issue.


    thank you

    Kevin
     
  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    Quickvpn is setup in the "VPN Client access" page, NOT the Client to gateway page you are using. pptp is setup on the PPTP Server page.
     
  3. kevinn

    kevinn LI Guru Member

    Ok, So i deleted the Client to Gateway setup .
    I only have VPN Client Access running with one active user.
    when i use QuickVPN to access, i still receive this connection error:

    Code:
    1. Inconnect password
    2. No Valid IP for the network card
    3. Incorrect server address
    4. You may need to disable your windows firewall 
     
  4. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    What is the path the quickvpn traffic is taking? Please be as specific as you can with the equipement involved. Are you on a nat'ed subnet somewhere? Do you have control of the equipment up to the isp connection? Unless you are directly connected to the quickvpn router there is alot of stuff in between that can easily block or give ipsec traffic grief.
     
  5. ddelevator

    ddelevator LI Guru Member

    I too am receiving the same error message...

    Connection Error:
    1. Incorrect password
    2. No Valid IP for the network card
    3. Incorrect server address
    4. You may need to disable your windows firewall

    I am connecting a NetGear WPN824 wireless router at home to the Linksys VPN RV042 at the office. There is no problem when I connect directly through my home modem, it only happens when I attempt to connect through the wirless router...What am I doing wrong?
     
  6. jdimpas

    jdimpas LI Guru Member

    Any solutions for the QuickVPN side?
     
  7. ddelevator

    ddelevator LI Guru Member

    Well, we were never able to figure out what the porblem was or the solution...We ended up getting an entirely different VPN device all together...Sorry...
     
  8. hyiu00

    hyiu00 Network Guru Member

    Suggest you configure PPTP and try using the Windows XP VPN first to see if it works. QuickVPN seems not very stable.
     
  9. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Also, check out the "tutorials" page because there is a guide that lists the problems you guys are having (Quickvpn Setup Guide).

    Jay
     

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