VPN with rv082 and two rvl200

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by amissogen, Apr 8, 2008.

  1. amissogen

    amissogen Addicted to LI Member

    hi. Im trying to configure a vpn connection between a rv082 (in the central) and two rvl200 in two remote offices. I can connect using IPSEC tunnel each rvl200 to the rv082,and I can make pings to the rv082 subnet, but I can't see from the first rvl200 the other rvl200.

    Any Idea???? thanks!:confused:
  2. vpnuser

    vpnuser LI Guru Member

    You are trying to config a hub-and-spoke topology. Here is one possible solution.
    You need to make RVL200a think the remote subnet is a class B network, which covers both subnets of RV082 and RVL200b, each of which is a class C network.
    Then you can do the same for RVL200b. There is a KB article that shows the same concept, although it's from Netgear site.
  3. amissogen

    amissogen Addicted to LI Member

    MY GOD!!!! YOU ARE MY GODD!!! :biggrin: Thanks a lot!!!!!
  4. amissogen

    amissogen Addicted to LI Member

    Now I have another problem... I can view from any rvl200 the others rvl200. No problem. But I need that remote clients with a laptop can view all the rvl200 and the rv082. I can connect to rv082, but I only view the rv082, not any rvl200.
    Any suggeriment?¿!:frown:
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