Site to Site VPN routing to multiple subnets

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by Victor Chao, Feb 5, 2014.

  1. Victor Chao

    Victor Chao Reformed Router Member

    Hello everyone!

    We're having trouble reaching devices on some subnets and I'd like to get a little help from you. This is the scenario we have:

    Main Office
    RV042G - /
    Enabled subnet - / (There's no other router. Devices on this subnet have fixed ip addresses)
    Site to Site VPN to subnet >>> /

    Remote Office
    RV042G - /
    Site to Site VPN to subnet >>> /
    Site to Site VPN to subnet >>> /

    We'd like to be able to reach devices on the 105.1 subnet from the Remote Office. The reply #8 on this post:

    Says that 2 VPNs should do the trick. But when I try to add the second VPN on the Main Office router it complains that it conflicts with the other tunnel and won't save it. Did I misunderstood something, is this possible?.


    Victor Chao
  2. Victor Chao

    Victor Chao Reformed Router Member

    I talked to Linksys support and it seems to be a limitation of the hardware. I ended up moving the devices on the 105.0 sub to the 100.0. Hope this helps someone...
  3. Sfor

    Sfor Network Guru Member

    Well. I did VPN tunnel with a subnet on RV042 v1. But, the main subnet of the router was and the subnet was As the result a single VPN tunnel was covering both address ranges.

    The other difference was additional router needed for subnet to work. But, the RV042G is different in the way the subnets are handled, apparently.
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