My WRV200 is connected to a WAN ethernet network. There are two separate IP subnets there. The one I connect to the internet is made with DHCP. The other one through a static IP (VPN connection is made with one of it's IP). Both subnets do have different subnet IP. The problem is, how to configure the router to have the access to the internet with one net, while using the VPN with another. I can not put the VPN traffic through the Internet gateway. It should be sent directly to the target IP, as it is in the same physical ethernet NET (but in a different subnet). So far, I connected two routers to the WAN. Each one is set to different WAN subnet IP. The WRV200 is the gateway to the internet. I added a rule to redirect all traffic heading to the second WAN through the LAN interface and the other router as the gateway. This gives the ability to work with the second WAN. But, I do not know if an IPSec VPN tunnel can be redirected that way. Unfortunately the second router is not WRV200 and it's abilities are very limited. I had not much time to think about this problem, as I had just one WAN today morning. Luckily the VPN is not necesary, right now. So, I have a few days of time.