RVL200 require a VPN client

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by dwayneHH, Sep 17, 2007.

  1. dwayneHH

    dwayneHH LI Guru Member

    Hi, I have an Engineer who needs remote access to our servers. I have an RVL200 setup, with a Windows 2003 Server behind it and static IP. Conceptually, this is what I would like to be able to do:

    have the engineer install the VPN client, and I provide him a file (i.e.: .bat?) to map all of the networked shares and networked printers. From that point on, whenever he turns on his computer he just hits a button, and viola! all the shares are there.
  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    The RVL200 uses a Clientless VPN "Virtual Passage" client. this is installed when you visit the RVL via IP/domain address using the


    you need to setup the RVL200 for the user to have access. I suggest before you try this that you read the User Guide that comes with the RVL200. it shows how to set it up.
  3. dwayneHH

    dwayneHH LI Guru Member

    Hi Toxic, ya I already have it configured that way but the user gets error 85, which I havn't yet had a chance to troubleshoot on his machine, as its located a tad too far for a short drive. However, I will reread the RVL200 manual, as I obviously missed something.

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