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Verifying Network issue with QuickVPN - WRV54G

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by rheide, Feb 26, 2006.

  1. rheide

    rheide Network Guru Member

    Hello all. I've spent most the weekend trying to get QuickVPN to work. Thanks to everyone here, I'm much further ahead then I would be on my own. I have been reading and reading and can't seem to get past this problem.

    If you need to know the entire setup, please let me know. WRV54G running firmware 2.38.6.

    On my Windows XP Pro computer (with Firewall off), I get all the way to the verifying network and then it gives the remote gateway not responding message.

    Things you'll want to know.
    1. During this final stage, its changing my DNS address to 192.168.0.1. If I kill QuickVPN, I have to manually change it back to be able to access the internet.
    2. The WRV54G shows I'm connected in the status screen.
    3. Windows 2000 Server is setup for DHCP

    Here is the log file from the Router: (I've changed the public ip for privacy):

    Index Date From IP Log Message
    ------- ------------------------- --------------- ------------------------------------
    1 Tue Feb 25 21:20:18 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:07:46 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:07:46 pluto[34]: added connection description "ips50"
    2 Tue Feb 25 21:20:18 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:07:47 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:07:46 pluto[34]: listening for IKE messages
    3 Tue Feb 25 21:20:18 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:07:47 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:07:46 pluto[34]: forgetting secrets
    4 Tue Feb 25 21:20:18 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:07:47 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:07:46 pluto[34]: "ips50": cannot initiate connection without knowing peer G
    5 Tue Feb 25 21:20:30 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:07:59 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:07:59 pluto[34]: packet from 69.75.151.221:500: ignoring Vendor ID payloadG
    6 Tue Feb 25 21:20:30 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:07:59 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:07:59 pluto[34]: packet from 69.75.151.221:500: ignoring Vendor ID payloadG
    7 Tue Feb 25 21:20:30 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:07:59 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:07:59 pluto[34]: packet from 69.75.151.221:500: ignoring Vendor ID payloadG
    8 Tue Feb 25 21:20:30 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:07:59 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:07:59 pluto[34]: packet from 69.75.151.221:500: ignoring Vendor ID payloadG
    9 Tue Feb 25 21:20:30 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:07:59 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:07:59 pluto[34]: "ips50"[1] 69.75.151.221 #67: responding to Main Mode froG
    10 Tue Feb 25 21:20:30 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:07:59 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:07:59 pluto[34]: "ips50"[1] 69.75.151.221 #67: OAKLEY_SHA is disabled. AtG
    11 Tue Feb 25 21:20:31 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:08:00 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:08:00 pluto[34]: "ips50"[1] 69.75.151.221 #67: Main mode peer ID is ID_IPVG
    12 Tue Feb 25 21:20:31 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:08:00 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:08:00 pluto[34]: "ips50"[1] 69.75.151.221 #67: sent MR3, ISAKMP SA establiG
    13 Tue Feb 25 21:20:31 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:08:00 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:08:00 pluto[34]: "ips50"[1] 69.75.151.221 #68: responding to Quick Mode
    14 Tue Feb 25 21:20:33 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:08:01 2006 WRV54G Error resolving hostname: ""
    15 Tue Feb 25 21:20:33 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:08:02 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:08:00 pluto[34]: "ips50"[1] 69.75.151.221 #68: IPsec SA established
    16 Tue Feb 25 21:20:34 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:08:03 2006 WRV54G Error resolving hostname: "0.0.0.0/0"
    17 Tue Feb 25 21:20:34 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:08:03 2006 WRV54G Error resolving hostname: "0.0.0.0/0"
    18 Tue Feb 25 21:20:34 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:08:03 2006 WRV54G Error resolving hostname: "0.0.0.0/0"
    19 Tue Feb 25 21:21:35 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:09:04 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:09:04 pluto[34]: "ips50"[1] 69.75.151.221 #67: received Delete SA payload:G
    20 Tue Feb 25 21:21:35 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:09:04 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:09:04 pluto[34]: packet from 69.75.151.221:500: received and ignored inforG

    125 Tue Feb 25 21:26:45 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:14:14 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:14:14 pluto[34]: packet from 69.75.151.221:500: Informational Exchange is G
    126 Tue Feb 25 21:26:49 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:14:18 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:14:15 pluto[34]: forgetting secrets
    127 Tue Feb 25 21:26:49 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:14:18 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:14:15 pluto[34]: "ips50": deleting connection
    128 Tue Feb 25 21:26:49 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:14:18 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:14:15 pluto[34]: "ips50"[1] 69.75.151.221: deleting connection "ips50" insG
    129 Tue Feb 25 21:26:49 2006 192.168.0.1 Feb 25 21:14:18 2006 WRV54G Feb 26 03:14:15 pluto[34]: "ips50" #68: deleting state (STATE_QUICK_R2)


    Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. Thanks!!
     
  2. TazUk

    TazUk Network Guru Member

    Does the PC have more than one network card?
     
  3. rheide

    rheide Network Guru Member

    Hello, yes it does, but it is currently disabled.

    Currently the system has 1 wireless and 1 wired network card. I've tried both ways with the other disabled with no luck.

    Thanks in advance!
     
  4. TazUk

    TazUk Network Guru Member

    What version of the QuickVPN client are you using?

    Hows the PC connected to the internet?
     
  5. rheide

    rheide Network Guru Member

    TakUK - thanks for taking the time to respond.

    The PC is connected through the internet by way of a NetGear WBR614v4, BUT, I have also directly connected it to the cable modem with no success.

    I am using QuickVPN version 1.0.0.38

    Thanks!!
     
  6. TazUk

    TazUk Network Guru Member

    Can you post back the contents of the following files from the C:\Program Files\Linksys\QuickVPN directory :-

    vpnserver.conf
    status.conf
    stopconn.conf
    ipsec.conf
    wget_error.txt
    wget_stop_error.txt
     
  7. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    In conjunction to what Taz has asked, what are some of the software applications you're running on your WRV54G? Also, if you've done "any" large downloads, this will "frazzle" the WRV sometimes; a reboot will clear this out generally...

    Doc
     

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