I'm trying to setup three RV042 routers, not as the internet gateway, but as routers on the local networks. All three RV042 will be connected together, and traffic will be passed through. The three schools all have their own unique subnet. 10.24.103.0 internet gateway is 10.24.103.2 10.24.110.0 internet gateway is 10.24.110.1 10.24.111.0 internet gateway is 10.24.111.1 I would like all three schools to be able to connect through the VPN, while still passing internet traffic through their current defualt gateway which does the content filtering and loging. All three routers have a public IP which I will label here as: a.a.a.a with local ip of 10.24.103.5 b.b.b.b with local ip of 10.24.110.3 c.c.c.c with local ip of 10.24.111.3 I remember reading that there is a way to route all traffic to the RV042 and then redirect traffic to the defualt gateway from there. This might be easier as I have very little power over the content filter/firewall that is currently the defualt gateway. I currently have the router setup as the gateway on one test server, and I can ping it through my test tunnel, but I can't really ping anything else. I understand this is a routing issue but I can't seem to figure out how to fix it as most of the documentation assumes we would use this in a gateway mode. Any help in this matter would be greatly appriciated.