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Tunnel all internet traffic via VPN

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by goodwill, Jun 4, 2006.

  1. goodwill

    goodwill Network Guru Member

    Dear Guys,
    I would like to see if anyone can solve my problem.

    I have 2 sites with 2x RV042 router, setup as below:
    A: 192.168.105.0/24 [Gateway: 192.168.105.1]
    B: 192.168.106.0/24 [Gateway: 192.168.106.1]

    The VPN between 2 site has setup successfully. Now what I want to do is to tunnel all the traffic from site B to site A, so all the internet traffic will go out from router A's public internet.

    I have tried to put a static route, but the router refuse to allow me to put in 192.168.105.1 as the gateway, probably it thinks such gateway is unreachable.

    Any idea?
     
  2. TazUk

    TazUk Network Guru Member

    On the WRV54G under the tunnel section there's an option to configure it as a VPN Tunnel or a VPN Gateway, the later option would force all traffic down the tunnel :)
     
  3. goodwill

    goodwill Network Guru Member

    Cool! You are so helpful... is that such option in RV042 too? But i guess I could exchange to WRV200 then... :p
     
  4. goodwill

    goodwill Network Guru Member

    Seems like the latest firmware version removed VPN Gateway option!!!??? Anyone can give me more detail?
     
  5. goodwill

    goodwill Network Guru Member

    I tried WRV54G- but since this router is far too unstable (comparing to RV042), I have given up. Any nice person can help me on alternative solution?
     
  6. TazUk

    TazUk Network Guru Member

    Mines as solid as a rock :unsure:
     
  7. goodwill

    goodwill Network Guru Member

    Thats strange... but anyway linksys removed that feature in the new firmware... so makes me kinda feel really uncomfortable
     
  8. TazUk

    TazUk Network Guru Member

    It was in the 2.38.6 firmware which seemed stable enough :)
     
  9. goodwill

    goodwill Network Guru Member

    Do you know since which version linksys removed that feature from it? Also there is a problem- in RV042 it supports to authenticate remote gateway with dynamic IP + user email/domain name as the key, but seems WRV54G only knows how to authenticate with IP, since my remote site is on a dynamic IP configuration, would they be any issue?
     
  10. TazUk

    TazUk Network Guru Member

    I think it was removed with the 2.39.x firmware

    The WRV54G support FQDN's so just setup a DynDNS acount for the remote site and specify that as the remote gateway address on the WRV :)
     

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