WRV54G QuickVPN Not Connecting

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Barry, Mar 13, 2005.

  1. Barry

    Barry Network Guru Member

    What am I missing?

    I have a wrv54G connected to a cable modem on the office end, I am trying to connect from home.

    The office router I use port range forwarding to service a web site at the office.

    I tried to turn off all firewalls including the one in my linksys router at home and my wondows firewall on my computer at home.

    I set up remote management from home.

    When I start quickVPN
    1. My Ip address is correct
    2. my password is exactly as in the VPN Client Access, including capitals
    3. My user name is exactly the sameas in the VPN Client Accessas including capitals.
    4. The server address is exactly the same, I can even remote manage the router from home

    And it still does not connect.
    Any Ideas anyone
  2. Barry

    Barry Network Guru Member

  3. t4thfavor

    t4thfavor Network Guru Member

    just like it said not found.
    sounds like your trying to go to a website not a vpn.the http part leads me to believe that you may have the vpn server address wrong
    and there is a webserver running on the box
  4. chris547

    chris547 Network Guru Member

    Don't know why it's doing it but the router seems to be opening a https port. I noticed this while doing a port scan. When VPN is enabled the https port is opened. On visiting this port the certificate that came back was a OpenRG one.

    Is quickvpn using this port for some reason ? If so if your using the router to host a web service would that interfere with quickvpn?
  5. tji

    tji Network Guru Member

    Yes, the WRV54G and QuickVPN client use an HTTPS session for user authentication. That request should return something like:

    conn bob_rw_rw

    which is used by QuickVPN to complete the connection.

    It sounds like the original poster needs to re-flash his firmware, because his gateway is saying the file to do this operation does not exist.
  6. chris547

    chris547 Network Guru Member

    What I was thinking is perhaps the original poster has setup his website to include https and the requests are being forwarded to his webserver and not the router.
  7. DocLarge

    DocLarge Super Moderator Staff Member Member

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