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VPN problem with RV042 [latest firmware]

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by scOOtt, Aug 23, 2007.

  1. scOOtt

    scOOtt Guest

    I set up VPN over PPTP protocol for 5 clients - it works perfectly. All clients is entering our LAN and they are receiving ip adresses which our LAN uses (10.x.x.x). But we must set up VPN for 15 ppl not only 5.

    So we decided to configure VPN over IPSEC using QuickVPN and TheGreenBow VPN client. And troubles arrived !!

    The situation is like this. Quick VPN is hanging in "veryfing network" - using dial up internet connection. It goes easly when I use Static IP. When I connect using QuickVPN from my home (i have static ip - static internet connection) I can ping only router where I am connected. I can access it. But I can't ping anything else in LAN network. I cant find computers etc.

    I thought QuickVPN sucks so I decided to use TheGreenBow VPN Client - I configure it using your step by step instruction but the problem is still the same. I can access router but nothing more.

    When I set up tunnel I access router and there is mentioned that 1 tunnel is connected - so it is ok.

    But when I enter "ipconfig" I do not have any ip adress from Lan where I am connecting in. (in PPTP I had my own LAN adress - and there everything was fine).

    Please help me becouse my time is running out and I need to set up this 15 VPN tunnels.

    Most of remote users have dial up network - will it be a problem to connect our LAN using VPN ?
  2. anhchangvuive

    anhchangvuive LI Guru Member

    me too. Can you help me??
  3. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    With quickvpn you will not see an ip address like you do with pptp. I guess the best way to explain it is quickvpn works like a vpn intercept, if the program sees traffic ip'd for the remote side it sends it across the tunnel and if it does not it lets it go out the connection normally. Now as far as getting it to work on dial up i do not know as i have never tried.

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