WRV200 - Reboots With PPTP and Static IP

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by leebob, Oct 21, 2006.

  1. leebob

    leebob LI Guru Member

    WRV200, code 1.0.20. When statically assigned on the WAN interface (most businesses have a static IP) and a client on LAN side initiates a PPTP connection to another network (eg: connect to a remote W2K3 server), the router will reboot anywhere from 10 - 60 seconds later. If dynamically assigned from ISP (DHCP on WAN interface), works perfectly fine. All settings are default in both cases to minimize configuration variables. Can duplicate this everytime from 2 different devices at 2 different locations. Can anyone else confirm and help get this addressed?

    Secondary issue, WRV200 reboots with ipSEC tunnel active and PPTP connection is made. Above settings have no impact--dynamic or static.

    WRV200, 1.0.20
    PAP v2, 1.00.13
  2. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    have you tried the 1.0.21 Beta firmware?
  3. leebob

    leebob LI Guru Member

    Yes, did it last night on one and today on the other. No difference. Resets after 10 seconds of establishing a PPTP connection...
  4. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    Did you make sure to set router to factory default after flashing your wrv200 with 1.0.21? I either connect out our have people connect in with PPTP (to my 2003 server and "never" have any reboots.

  5. Toxic

    Toxic Administrator Staff Member

    as doclarge said I thik you should use the .21 and do a factory reset. Doc and me had 1 IPSEC tunnel, one PPTP tunnel, 1 SSL Tunnel and QuickVPN running between us, all at the same time might i add. This was up for some time and no dropouts or reboots happened.

    btw the 1.0.21 ETSI version has a few more fixes. it is compatable with the US WRV200 (as i have a US version) its on our downloads section

    The v1.0.23 (US) will be out this week as a beta with the same fixes.
  6. leebob

    leebob LI Guru Member

    I'll try the ETSI load. BTW, the reset to defaults, upgrade and reset again had 0 impact. Toxic, you and DocLarge indicated you have this working fine...Is your WAN IP static? That's my whole issue. Mine works fine if I get DHCP from the ISP, but not static.
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