WRVS4400N VPN connection still uses local DNS

Discussion in 'Cisco Small Business Routers and VPN Solutions' started by jumbojake, Mar 16, 2011.

  1. jumbojake

    jumbojake Networkin' Nut Member

    VPN connection to WRVS4400N still uses local DNS

    I'm no guru, so please be gentle with me. :frown:

    I'm trying to setup my WRVS4400N router to allow me to connect to my home network whilst away on business. Also, to make life safer on public wifi, I'd like to make use my home router as my point of access to the internet.

    However, I am using the cisco quick VPN client and I can make a remote connection. From a hotel, I can ping my router on it's internal IP address ( and I can log into it using the same.

    However, my local IP is still local ( I have not been allocated a new one (from 192.168.100.x range) from the WRVS4400N .... and when I surf, I still have my local point of entry IP address (ie, hotel).

    What do I need to do to for this VPN connection to map me into my home network, as if I were at home?
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