WRV200 VPN and NSLU2

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by lattedfw, Dec 22, 2006.

  1. lattedfw

    lattedfw LI Guru Member

    I have a WRV200 wireless router with the 1.0.24 (12/2006) firmware.
    I can successfully VPN into my home network and connect to my Windows PCs (remote desktop, VNC, map to shared drives, etc.). What I cannot do is ping or map to my NSLU2 NAS device (a Linksys product). I realize it can be configured to be an FTP server (no VPN would be required), but I prefer the security of VPN.

    Has anyone been able to see their NSLU2 drives when connect via VPN through a WRV200? What configuration is necessary? I don't want to use any non-Linksys firmware on the NSLU2.

  2. d__l

    d__l Network Guru Member

    I am able to access my NSLU2 through an IPSec VPN tunnel using an RV082 and an SX41 and also SSHSentinel. At one time I couldn't access it and had forgotten to configure the workgroup and the gateway settings in it. Adding those enabled access.
  3. modelflyer

    modelflyer LI Guru Member

    I have a NSLU2 working in combination with a IPSEC VPN link between 2 WRV200 routers. I can not remember having to do any special setup, with the tunnel working the access to the NSLU was no problem from either side of the tunnel.

    I can be done!
  4. lattedfw

    lattedfw LI Guru Member

    Thanks to all for the suggestions. I entered the gateway info in the NSLU2 configuration and now it can be accessed through VPN.
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