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RVS4000 Port Forwarding and VPN questions

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by mfefalas, Dec 18, 2007.

  1. mfefalas

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    I have set up my Linksys RVS4000 with 4 separate VLANs and connected one Linksys SLM2005 and one Linksys SLM2008. The VLANs seems to be working just fine, but I have a problem with port forwarding. It seems it's only possible to forward ports to the default VLAN. I need to be able to forward ports to VLAN 4, is this possible, if it's not will it be possible with a future firmware? I'm currently running firmware 1.1.14.

    I also have problems getting VPN to work with the QuickVPN Client. From a Windows Vista computer I get stuck at "Verifying network" and then gets the message "The remote gateway is not responding". When I try to connect from a Windows XP computer the VPN client connects but I get a message, "The remote gateway is not responding", every minute. I can't access any resources on the network and when I try to ping an IP address it says "Negotiating IP security". I have created a new certificate and copied this to the QuickVPN installation directory. Am I doing something wrong? Is it possible to use the Windows VPN client functionality instead of the Linksys QuickVPN Client to connect to this router?

    I bought this router because of the VLAN and VPN functionality, but none of them are working as I expected. Can someone please give me some advice here?

    Thanks in advance!

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