Using WRV200 as proxy?

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by dclangst, Aug 22, 2007.

  1. dclangst

    dclangst LI Guru Member

    I have a WRV200 that successfully connects via QuickVPN. I'd like to use the VPN to secure data when connecting wirelessly at hotspots. I'd like to send All data from the client through the tunnel to the WRV200 and then have the WRV200 forward traffic not destined to the local network, acting as a proxy of sorts. I was wondering if this is possible with the WRV200 by manipulating access lists, the routing table, or in the VPN configuration.

    I've read here that QuickVPN decides what goes through the tunnel by creating a tunnel between the client (a.b.c.e) and the local subnet ( Anything not destined for is sent to the client remote gateway unencrypted. Is there a way to get QuickVPN to send all data through the tunnel? It's my thought that all no local traffic will be forwarded via the default route recieved via the ISP.
  2. ifican

    ifican Network Guru Member

    If you are wanting to connect remotely to the wrv200 and then use its internet connection, it is not possible with that device.
  3. dclangst

    dclangst LI Guru Member

    Short and sweet answer, I like it. Glad I kept the receipt. Anything in or out of the linksys brand that you're recommend. I'm begining to wish I hadn't sold that Cisco 871W though I don't know if that would have worked either.
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