Cisco ASA 5505 And WRV200 VPN

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by bhinmantx, Jul 22, 2009.

  1. bhinmantx

    bhinmantx Guest

    I have what seems like an incredibly typical setup, requiring a VPN tunnel.

    I have a main office (connected to a cable modem through a Cisco ASA 5505) and a satellite office which is connected to a DSL modem through a WRV200.

    I seem to be having zero luck when looking up a tutorial on configuring the Cisco 5505 to accept the most basic of VPN connections from the WRV200. I just need a tunnel that will allow the passing of data between one server behind the the 5505 to the machines behind the WRV200 across town.
    I'm trying to create an IPsec tunnel, with a PSK, from the WRV200 into that Cisco box.

    Am I just completely over my head on this? The WRV200 seems straightforward enough, and I've heard about a Cisco VPN wizard that may be able to configure the 5505 for me.

    I feel lost, so I am sorry if this is an intensely amateur problem.

    This might be a complete side note, but there is already a VPN system running, but it's the Windows Server VPN services, and that's behind the Cisco box. I am not aware of a way to connect the WRV200 to the windows VPN services.
  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    one for eric_stewart is my guess. guru of the cisco asa5505 :)
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