2 x rv082 gateway-gateway VPN on established network

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

  1. username_taken

    username_taken Network Guru Member

    I have to get a quick and dirty VPN solution working for an offsite meeting in a few days. I don't know much about the locations internet connection, but I'm mostly certain it's a basic NAT'd network.

    I have 2 RV082, one to go onto my established network, the other to go offsite. They support NAT-T and I have it mostly working in a test environment.

    The issue I have is that the RV082 in my established network isn't the default route, and cannot be. The device in my network it's connecting to is unable to have static routes added to it. I can ping my PC inside this network by setting a static route for the offsite subnet.

    My default router is a Cisco 5510, and the inside interface is named "inside"

    I tried adding a static route to my internal RV082 ( ) on the 5510 like below, but it doesn't work ).

    route inside 5

    I'm currently offsite ( at home ) with the second RV082 for testing and my workstation ( inside the network ) has crashed so I can't do any more testing today.

    Any thoughts ?
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