I'm using a Sonicwall 1260 at work and I'm trying to create a tunnel from home using the WRV200. Here's the problem: Sonicwall has a Sonicwall Identifier that it uses (usually recommended to be the serial number of the device) and we already have several other tunnels on the 1260 so I can't change the 1260's ID without breaking all the other tunnels. The SonicWall ID's are usually 12 characters in length. But the LinkSys VPN logs show the ID with a leading @ character (don't know if the LinkSys or the SonicWall is adding the @ character). 093 [Sun 01:09:04] "TunnelA" #12: Aggressive mode peer ID is ID_FQDN: '@XXX6B1284FXX' 094 [Sun 01:09:04] "TunnelA" #12: we require peer to have ID 'XX.63.86.98', but peer declares '@XXX6B1284FXX' 095 [Sun 01:09:04] "TunnelA" #12: sending notification INVALID_ID_INFORMATION to XX.63.86.98:500 According to some posts I've read about OpenSwan there's a rightid parameter that can be used in cases like this. However, it doesn't look like the WRV200 software exposes this parameter anywhere. One of the reference links I read: https://lists.strongswan.org/pipermail/users/2005-April/000715.html Any thoughts or suggestions?