RV082 to RV042 Gateway to Gateway Help Needed

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by nelson_ts, Sep 10, 2006.

  1. nelson_ts

    nelson_ts LI Guru Member

    Hello Experts:

    Question on a gateway to gateway config using rv082 and rv042. If I use these two unit when they are directly connected to the cable/dsl they work fine. However at one customer site the rv042 needs to sit behind a d-link router custom for the provider (verizon).

    So the setup looks like this:

    office --> x.x.x.x <---- Internet ------> x.x.x.x <-- (dlink) <--- (rv042)

    In this config when the trying to startup the tunnel the error is:

    [Tunnel Negotiation Info] >>> Initiator Send Aggressive Mode 1st packet
    initiating Aggressive Mode #175, connection "ips0"
    STATE_AGGR_I1: initiate
    Received Vendor ID payload Type = [Dead Peer Detection]
    [Tunnel Negotiation Info] <<< Responder Received Aggressive Mode 1st packet
    Aggressive mode peer ID is ID_IPV4_ADDR: ''
    No suitable connection for peer '', Please check Phase 1 ID value
    initial Aggressive Mode packet claiming to be from x.x.x.x on x.x.x.x but no connection has been authorized,please check peer ID
    Received Vendor ID payload Type = [Dead Peer Detection]

    How do I get it to negoiate with x.x.x.x but accept Can I somehow tell the rv042 that even though its wan1 is repond as x.x.x.x?


  2. nelson_ts

    nelson_ts LI Guru Member

    For those that might understand VPN as little as I do. The answer here was to use Dynamic IP + Email on the D-link side.

    Hope this helps someone else...

  3. YeOldeStonecat

    YeOldeStonecat Network Guru Member

    I'd flip the DLink gateway to bridge/modem only mode..so that it's not doing any NAT. I've not gotten hands on with one of their FiOS units yet..not in my area, but it should be the same as other gateway units out there that are "all in one" units..were you can disable any NAT they run to utilize your own router.
  4. nelson_ts

    nelson_ts LI Guru Member

    Verizon provides a D-Link DI-624 with "special" fireware specific to the FIOS service. I couldn't figure out how to put this router into bridge/modem only mode?

    I wanted to bypass it all together but couldn't get the RV042 to get an ip from the FIOS side, probably why the DI-624 has "special" firmware?

  5. YeOldeStonecat

    YeOldeStonecat Network Guru Member

    Hmm....interesting to note and keep on top of...as surely it'll become available in my area soon. Will need to know how to deal with this, as double'NATing solutions is simply not a solution I'll support.

    Surely Verizon will realize that businesses will be getting this package..and need their own routers. Probably not supported yet because it's so new..but I'm hoping in due time "Bridging" these DStinks will work.
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