VPN Help: Figuring out Tunnels and Users

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by carbon179, Jan 10, 2007.

  1. carbon179

    carbon179 Guest


    I recently purchased a WRV200 with upgraded firmware, 1.0.24. The router seems to be working beautifully, so far it has been rock solid and stable and the VPN works perfectly.

    My issue is this, as the network administrator I'd like to have complete access to the VPN when I'm abroad, so I can control every computer through VNC and map all shared drives. However, for other employees I'd like to restrict vpn access to one computer on the office LAN with a shared drive.

    With the WRV200 it looks like there are Tunnel profiles you can create, A,B,C,D, and E. Tunnel A is currently set so the local secure group is so the whole network is accessible. Tunnel B is set to an IP address,

    How do you distinguish between the tunnels when you connect to the VPN? There doesn't appear to be any way I can link vpn client usernames to a specific tunnel.

    If there is really no way or workaround with this router, are there VPN routers that support this level of functionality?

    Thanks for any help or advice!
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