Cisco Routers :: ICMP (ping) Protocol Binding With The RV042?

Aug 7, 2011

Is it possible to use protocol binding to route pings only over the WAN1 connection, even if WAN1 fails? It seems like the protocol binding feature of the Linksys RV042 is ignored once WAN1 fails.  I would like to use a ping from the LAN to an external IP to verify if the WAN1 connection is down, or is up and then use that information to power up, or power down a secondary communications system (WAN2).  However, if the protocol binding is ignored when WAN1 fails, then I will not be able to use the ping to establish the state of WAN1 connection. Addtionally, is it possible to use protocol binding to only route pings and allow all other traffic to use either WAN connection? I have seen these feautures on a different brand of router that failsover to a cell connection, but it is not a true dual WAN router. It would be nice if the RV042 would allow this kind of control. Are there any other dual WAN routers out there that have this kind of protocol binding feature?

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Cisco Routers :: RV042 Protocol Binding For SIP And RTP (VoIP)

Jun 26, 2012

I have a RV042 with a DSL (WAN1) and cable (WAN2) internet connection in Load Balance Mode. The DSL provider also provides internet telephony when registered via his line. When I disable the WAN2 port, my IP phone successully registers with the registration server of the DSL provider. I also defined protocol bindings for SIP (port 5060) and RTP (ports 5004 to 5020) to be bound to WAN1. My IP phone is set up to listen on only these ports. [code] With these protocol bindings in place when I re-enable WAN2, then after some time the phone reports "registration failed".Do I need to set something else apart from protocol binding to force the VoIP traffic to go via WAN1?

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Cisco Routers :: RV042 Protocol Binding Multiple LAN Subnets?

Aug 16, 2011

We have Point to point T1 environment where 3 additional WAN sites get internet access through our RV042. When we setup load balancing we have problems with https traffic, so we setup protocol binding for https and everything worked great from the local LAN. When trying to access https content from the remote LAN across the WAN the sites failed and I see no option to add additional subnets to the protocol binding. Is there a command line feature that supports adding additional subnets for protocol binding or is the local LAN the only option?

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Cisco Routers :: Dual WAN Router And Protocol Binding RV042/G

Jan 7, 2013

I'm in the process of finding a dual WAN router with VPN support, that allow me to redirect some traffic to one specific WAN port and do load balancing of that specific traffic in case of that WAN failing (this last requirement is preferably but isn't fully needed).
 
Does the RV042/G could work with that? In that case, does it allow protocol redirect only? What about ip/ports redirecting? Or some kind of packet filtering to redirect to specific WAN ports?

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Cisco Routers :: RV042 Load Balance Protocol Binding Not Failing Back

Mar 6, 2013

I am trying to make this router prefer Wan1 for outbound while listening to both WAN ports for Inbound. I set it to Load Balance mode and added in a rule for Protocol binding:
 
All Traffic( TCP & UDP/1-65535)>192.168.1.1~192.168.1.254(0.0.0.0~0.0.0.0)WAN1 ENABLED
 
This says bind all Outbound traffic  to anybody to WAN1
 
My Wan 2 connection is over satellite so it is easy to tell if a ping is going over Wan2 because the latency is >600mS
 
If I start a continuous ping to outside site - eg Yahoo.com then if I Fail WAN1 I see the ping latency Jump from 30mS to 700mS  as it starts to use Wan2. If I restore the Connection to Wan 1 then the pings stay on WAN2 - seemingly forever. If I stop pinging for 30 mins then a restart of pinging does use Wan1 - so it fails back eventually If I restore Wan1 and then remove Wan2, it fails back right away
 
My problem is with our VOIP which uses a connection keepalive  so there is no real downtime for the router to release the path to WAN2 should it fail over how I can force the router to fail back to Wan1 without removing Wan2?

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Cisco Routers :: RV042G - Protocol Binding And VPN With Load Balancing

Oct 6, 2012

I have dual WAN connections on rv042G in "office 1". LAN is 192.168.10.x
 
A gateway to gateway VPN is made with another "office 2" on rv042G too.
 
The goal is to reach the LAN of the other "office 2" : 192.168.5.x
 
Working good. Now I need to use protocol binding : One LAN ip need to use WAN 2 : All traffic :192.168.10.77~77(0.0.0.0~0.0.0.0)WAN2 -> Working
 
The rest of LAN should use WAN 1 (same as the VPN) When I create this rules, I can't reach the "office 2" LAN : All traffic : 192.168.10.100~150(0.0.0.0~0.0.0.0)WAN1

What should I do to make it works ?

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Cisco Routers :: RV042G Difference Between Bandwidth Protocol Binding For WAN

Oct 15, 2012

What the differences are between bandwidth management on WAN ports and protocol bindings?

If you can specify in each section which protocol should go where why having two places to configure this?Or are there some things to remind when using one of them?                  

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Cisco Routers :: RV082 V3 Load Balancing (Protocol Binding) With IPsec Tunnel?

Mar 14, 2013

We have tried a variety of options in an attempt to use Load Balancing (Protocol Binding) with an RV082 that has a site to site IPsec tunnel with another RV082. Both are v3.
 
Here is the issue. We have dual ISPs, one has great bandwidth, but we incur overages. The other has mediocre bandwidth, but has unlimited usage.
 
GROUP1 - We want most PCs to use the "unlimited" ISP for general surfing, email, etc. (Bound all ports for range of internal IPs to ANY dest to WAN1)
 
GROUP2 - We want to use the "faster" ISP for our VPN tunnel (mostly RDP and SIP traffic). (Bound all ports for range of internal IPs to ANY dest to WAN2)
 
So far everything works. The router will route traffic appropriately and GROUP 1 uses WAN1 and GROUP 2 uses WAN2.
 
Unfortunately, sometimes GROUP1 users need access to resources over the VPN (WAN2).
 
There is something not right with the routing. For example GROUP1 can ping and receive responses from devices on the other side of the tunnel, but GROUP1 can't access intranet sites on the other side of the tunnel. They also can't RDP to PCs on the other side of the tunnel.
 
Why does the router correctly route ICMP, but not RDP?
 
We've tried adding additional protocol binding rules for specific ports(80, 3389, etc) and ip ranges (both local and remote) to see if we could force GROUP1 traffic destined via VPN through WAN2, but it doesn't work.
 
Shouldn't VPN tunnels created and configured in the RVs not adhere to protocol binding? It just seems logical to me, but maybe I am missing something.

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How To Use ICMP Protocol

May 29, 2011

I want to know how to use ICMP protocol in sending a packet in a network ?

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Cisco Routers :: RV042 Can't Ping Ip Server

Feb 6, 2012

i have setup vpn connection (client-gateway) using quick vpn ( default cisco) and third party like thegreenbow. connection is ok (established) but why from outside I can only ping to IP LAN PC  , if   I ping ip server the result is request time out(failed). I have been trying do this to 3 server ( windows server 2003 as OS).four your information I have made firewall "OFF"  on all of those servers.  the result is same, failed.

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Cisco Routers :: RV042 Don't Answer Ping Through A Static Route

Oct 25, 2011

I defined a static route: 192.168.0.0 / 255.255.255.0 / 192.168.1.201 (gateway), I can connect from 192.168.1.0 to 192.168.0.0 but we cannot ping in this local network. We have a CISCO 18000 as a VPN IP configured between this two local network.

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Cisco Routers :: Allow PING On RV042 From WAN Side Only From Specific IP Address?

Nov 27, 2012

I would like to allow PING on RV042 from WAN side only from specific IP address, but when I set the rule, RV042 does not respond on WAN side, because Block WAN Request is Enabled.BUT! When I disable "Block WAN Requests", now any IP can ping my router from WAN side. Although I set access rule to Deny Ping from WAN side to anyone, it still responds.

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Cisco Routers :: Quickvpn / Client To Gateway Vpn Rv042 Can Only Ping Router?

Jan 27, 2012

I am setting up remote access using an RV042 router.  Using quickvpn or a client-to gateway vpn and shrewsoft client,  I can only access/ping the LAN side of the remote router and one machine on the remote network.  The PPTP server and native Windows 7 connection provide access to all machines on the remote network.I have 2 possible reasons for this and would like to find the real reason:
 
1) The remote RV042 is behind another router, and that router restricts access other than the PPTP traffic.

2)  The VPN tunnels other than PPTP only allow access to the remote LAN side of the router and remote machines that have the remote router defined as their gateway in the IP configuration.

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Cisco Routers :: ASA5520 And RV042 - Tunnel Get Connected But No Ping / No Traffic Between Both End Network

Sep 13, 2011

I configured ASA5520 and RV042 for site-to-site IPSec VPN tunnel.Tunnel get connected, but no ping, no traffic between both end network.
 
Network:
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 192.168.113.0/24----------192.168.113.6 -ASA--------public, static IP address------Cisco 2821--------Internet
 192.168.10.0/24-----------192.168.10.1 -RV042-----public, static IP address------Cisco 2821--------Internet
 
ASA5520 config:
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name 192.168.10.0 VPN
 !
interface GigabitEthernet0/1
nameif NET
security-level 100
ip address 192.168.113.6 255.255.255.0

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Nov 26, 2011

I have an RV042 using Quick VPN to connect to a remote network. I have port 1723 forwarded to a static IP address on a Windows 7 Pro 64 bit PC. I can establish the VPN and ping a printer but not the Win 7 PC. I can not acccess any shares on the pc via the IP address. It has Norton Antivirus and Windows Firewall. This remote PC replaced a Windows xp PC that allowed access to the shares. I have tried access with a Windows XP Pro and Windows Vista Home Premium PC. Neither have worked.

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ARP List And Binding Setting Under IP And Binding In Router

Mar 21, 2011

There are list of ips and corresponding mac address in ARP list and Binding setting page of the routers in our company.

I would like to know what it is meant for. This was done by our network admin. I would like to learn about it.

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Dec 21, 2010

I would like to passthrough ICMP 8 (ping) requests through the DIR-655 to my server. I found where to allow the router to respond to ICMP 8 requests, however, I do not want the router to responder, rather the server itself.  Is there a way to pass these requests through to the server?

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Cisco VPN :: ASA 5505 AnyConnect Can RDP To Clients But Can't Ping / ICMP

Feb 26, 2012

I setup and SSL anyconnect VPN on my Cisco ASA 5505. It works well and connects with out a problem. However, I can't ping any internal clients, but I can RDP to them. Most of the time people end up posting their config so I will as well.
  
MafSecASA# show run
: Saved
:
ASA Version 8.2(1)

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Mar 11, 2012

Cannot get the SG200-8 to mirror any traffic other than ping (icmp).

Factory default settings, with port 7 src to port 1 dst on session 1.

Pings mirror just fine. But other traffic. such as web and ssh, is not being mirrored.

FW version 1.0.2.0

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Jul 13, 2008

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Mar 7, 2012

Today one of our 9 Cisco switches a "WS-C2950S" (we also got 2 other WS-C2950S on same network) stop responding icmp ping packages. When i tried to telnet the switch its network was unreachable but i was able to see its existance from other switches by "sh cdp neig". So i decided to fix the situation on a suitable night time work, checking by console cable or even rebooting the device.
 
Then i started to wonder... what this could possibly be about?We have like 40 clients behind that switch and there was no communication problem during the problem.

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Aug 15, 2011

When I ping an address from my windows machine, it succeeds, but when I ping to the same IP on my MAC OS X machine, it fails.

1. Why?

2. How to get successful ping on my MAC machine?

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Aug 26, 2011

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Jan 4, 2011

I am using the default configuration at this point.  I just connected 1 computer using the default IP with DHCP on the RV042 router. 192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0.I connect my wildblue satalite modem using a static IP address 75.106.203.xxx / 255.255.252.0 I can ping the RV042 router and the static IP address of the wildblue router but I can't ping the gateway on the wildblue side.  Either from the PC or the Router diag tools.

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Sep 4, 2012

Our lab recently purchased a RV042G to setup a subnet (I don't know if this is the correct term) within our company's network. Eventually we like to put a dozen computers on this subnet along with a 24TB NAS drive for data storage. We like the computers in the subnet to be able to access the company's numerous servers.
 
To test the router setup before going all out, I have a WinXP SP3 computer and a MAC OSX 10.6.8 computer hooked up to it. Both computers can access the Internet just fine. The WinXP computer can access company servers thru the RUN command ("\servernameshare"), but the MAC is having issues with the SMB protocol ("smb://servername/share"). The same MAC if plugged directly to the network has no issues connecting to the company server.
 
Is this not working because the RV042G doesn't support SMB? or did I do something wrong with setting up the router? By the way, firewall is turned off, since the company already has its own firewall.

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Cisco Routers :: RV042G V3 Protocol Bind All HTTPS Traffic To Wan1

Jun 12, 2013

If you are using load balancing how do you bind i.e. all HTTPS traffic to i.e. wan1. RV042G V2 you can inter 0.0.0.0~0.0.0.0 as Source IP to forward from all IPs, how do you do that with a V3?

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May 13, 2012

what does this log message mean? (RV120W fw 1.0.3.10)
 
2012-05-14    19:59:26    warning    HERMES    kern    KERNEL    [Kernel] ERROR:endChantRecv: protocol PNAC returned !OK
2012-05-14    19:59:26    warning    HERMES    kern    KERNEL    [Kernel] ERROR:endChantRecv: protocol PNAC returned !OK
2012-05-14    19:59:26    warning    HERMES    kern    KERNEL    [Kernel] ERROR:endChantRecv: protocol PNAC returned !OK
2012-05-14    19:59:26    warning    HERMES    kern    KERNEL    [Kernel] ERROR:endChantRecv: protocol PNAC returned !OK
2012-05-14    19:18:46    warning    HERMES    kern    KERNEL    [Kernel] ERROR:endChantRecv: protocol PNAC returned !OK
2012-05-14    19:18:46    warning    HERMES    kern    KERNEL    [Kernel] ERROR:endChantRecv: protocol PNAC returned !OK
2012-05-14    19:13:36    warning    HERMES    kern    KERNEL    [Kernel] ERROR:endChantRecv: protocol PNAC returned !OK

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Jan 24, 2013

I have RV042 and E4200 routers . I tried the manual UPnP port forwarding using Rv042  router and was succesful ( by typing 192.168.1.1  in the explorer and  logged in using user name and password )
 
I am using a linux embedded system  whose  Internal IP ,Internal port  are mapped  .This system is connected to one of the LAN ports    
 
I want to try auto UPnP port forwarding both for  RV042 router and Linksys E4200 routers 
 
After  enabling the Upnp option only  and logging out ,Can i add a port mapping entry in this router without logging in  using  a  C++ program  which runs on  linux embedded system .

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Aug 22, 2012

I was looking for a small business router that has VPN support and dual WAN support for load balancing. Upon reading reviews, I think RV042/RV042G is a good choice. Now am thinking if it supports intervlan/ router-on-a-stick configuration?

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Feb 27, 2012

I have two Internet connections-
 
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2-Cable Modem-Comcast (WAN2-DMZ/Internet Port)
 
I connected the DSL (WAN1-Internet) port in and the Cisco RV042 was able to get an IP automatically. I tested the connection and it works just fine. Then I connect the Cable Modem-Comcast (WAN2-DMZ/Internet Port) in and I have the RV042 automatically optain IP address. But it just says 0.0.0.0. I've tried release/renew and that does nothing. Also, when I connect the 2nd Internet connection the Internet goes down. The only way it goes back up is when I disable under the PORT MANAGMENT setting.
 
All the settings have been kept to the default.How can I get the router to obtain an IP address from the Cable Modem-Comcast (WAN2 DMZ/Internet Port).

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Mar 6, 2012

We have an Cisco RV042. We need to setup a VPN with a business partner who is already using our current IP scheme on another VPN with another client. They have asked us to NAT our IP's from 192.168.25.x to 192.168.245.x
 
I can't seem to figure this out on this router.  I have done it on a Sonicwall and Watchguard, but can't seem to get it to work on the RV042.
 
I have setup the VPN and the One-To-One NAT.  The tunnel will connect (using the 245.x IP as our local IP on the VPN setup), but no traffic will pass through.

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May 20, 2012

i was planed to make a vpn over rv042 so i get the rv042 connected behind a thosmon 456(configured as a bridge) and 1 static ip ... and i configured the vpn and worked great ...but due to some circumstance i get a package of 6 ips insted of the old ip , so when i try to configure the router with the ISP they but the wan ip 10.232.x.x and told me that an internal ip from there lan ... and give me the 6 ip of 196.x.x.x to use as 1 for internal interface for the rv042 and 5 for the pc's,now the vpn not working anymore...notice: when try to configure the vpn tunnle in the local securty setting i mark the ip only and the ip that abear is the wan ip 10.232.x.x but i can't ping that ip beside i can ping the internal ip of the router 196.x.x.50does rv042 can support static and virtual ip inside the lan |! can i configure the thomson as pppoe and use one static ip from 196.x.x.x as wan ip for it ... and use anther 196.x.x.x ip for the rv042 to get access from outside and connect the lan to the rv042 with internal ip 192.168.x.x ...so i can access the vpn from outside .....and can connect the device i need to use static ip to the thomson ...

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Cisco Routers :: RV042 - Bug Found In VPN?

Sep 23, 2011

Firmware v4.0.4.02 has a nasty bug in the VPN section.  If you switch to "IP by DNS Resolved" (yes, it says "Resolved" instead of "Resolution".  Gotta love all the Engrish in the RV042!), it will automatically populate the field with "@yourdomain.com".  This will cause the VPN to not lookup the proper IP address.  Simply deleting the atmark after it populates will fix the problem.
 
Let's see what happens when we validate a Cisco RV042 webpage:
 
Errors found while checking this document as HTML 4.01 Transitional!
Result:     353 Errors, 1 warning(s)
 
Don't even get me started on the horrible Javascript...

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