Cisco Routers :: RV180 Configure VPN Connection With QuickVPN?
Jun 4, 2013
I have a doubt. What I have to configure in my RV180 to make a VPN connection with Qvpn client. I created the user and if try to connect from the client I've recieved the message that is connected, but if I try to ping the RV180 local ip answer, but if I try to ping any other IP address of the VPN I can't. I think I would have something misconfigured but I don't know what is it.
I want to ask if is possible to configure the RV180 behind my DSL Router to connect using QuickVPN. First I tried to connect to the PPTP server and worked fine, but when I tried to connect using QickVPN, seems to connect but when the client says "verifying network" after a while appears the message "network not responding..."
In my DSL-Router forwared this ports: UDP: 500,4500,443,60443 - TCP: 443,60443 (i don't know if tcp ports are needed but I opened for testing) and allowed protocol ESP (comes with the rule to allow IPSEC-L2TP)
I have a RV180 router and i am trying to use the Quick VPN Client version 184.108.40.206. It works fine on my Windows 7 pc, and worked successfully once on the windows XP sp3 pc. But now the XP pc will not work.
What looks strange is in the VPN Client Connection Status on the router I see the status is Online, however the XP pc will not ping anything on the network or connect to the RDP pc i want. The QuickVPN Client hangs on "Verifying Network".
I tried the suggestions i saw online:
Disabling Firewall Enabling Firewall Making user name shorter Allowing for PING on WAN (replies all come back fast) Reboot Router Upgraded firmware to 220.127.116.11
I did not adjust the MTU rate as i was not sure what to change it too. AV is AVG 2012.
So here is my issue. I have two sites, each with a Linksys RV042 on thier site.
Site 1: External: 18.104.22.168 Internal: 192.168.25.0/24
Site 2: External: 22.214.171.124 Internal: 192.168.26.0/24
We have setup a site-to-site VPN between these sites, and all traffic is running back and forth without isse.
At Site 1 we have configured the Client VPN for use with the QuickVPN software. Again, for site 1, this is not an issue. We are able to access all internal resources at Site 1 without issue (expect for some DNS related problems).
The problem that we have is attempting to access Site 2 resources via the QuickVPN connection at Site 1. Even though they are not suppose to exist, we are able to ping 192.168.26.1-6 (which are ghost addresses likely created by the RV042's) but no actual systems on at Site 2.
I have added the Client VPN connection at Site 2, but it has the same problem accessing resources at Site 1.
My internet connection speed, measured by speedtest.net with PC connected directly to cable modem, is ping=33ms, dn=48Mbps and up=7.6Mbps. (These values changes slightly with each test, sometimes being a bit higher and sometimes a bit slower, but usually being in the neighborhood of the 50Mbps promised by my ISP.) When this same test is run with the PC connected directly to a port on my RV180 (firmware version 126.96.36.199) the measured speed is ping=35ms, dn=30.66Mbps and up=7.45Mbps. Given that the RV180 is supposed to provide very fast WAN to LAN throughput (Small Net Builder's test result is 798Mbps dn and 811 up, measured with the same firmware version), why is my unit seemingly decreasing the internet connection (WAN) speed coming out of my cable modem? What, if anything, can I do to increase my WAN to LAN throughput?
I used to have a Netgear Prosafe 318 conncted to a Netgear Prosafe 336G in a small office environment across the WAN between two offices, IPsec preshared key. The 318 took a dive so I decided to upgrade to a new Cisco RV180 VPN router. I set up the VPN access rules exactly the same and forklift upgraded the Prosafe 318 (same IP, same rules, same pre-shared key, IKE setup etc) and the VPN tunnel comes up fine. However, even though the VPN tunnel says connected and I have no problems pinging anything across IPsec between subnets I cannot seem to connect to anything from the cisco side.
From the Netgear side I can connect to anything on the cisco subnet (192.168.0.1 / 255.255.255.0) but from the cisco side anything I try and connect to on the netgear side (172.16.0.1 / 255.255.255.128) times out.Encryption AES-128 (although also tried 3des), Sha-1 SA-lifetime is 3600 seconds, PFS key group enabled DH-group2 (although also tried group1)IKE policy direction Both, identifier FQDN (both sides), Preshared key SA-lifetime 28800 seconds. Firmware is updated on both the netgear and the RV180 to latest version (188.8.131.52 on RV180).Like I said from Netgear to Cisco through VPN tunnel everything works fine from Cisco to Netgear everything times out.
Hardware: WRVS4400N on Firmware version: V184.108.40.206-ETSI Quick VPN Version 220.127.116.11 on Windows7 Ultimate 64bit. QuickVPN Client stopps with: Verifying Network.... and "The remote gateway is not responding. Do you want to wait? Yes / No"
Here we go with the log:
2011/10/24 09:09:06 [STATUS]OS Version: Windows 7 2011/10/24 09:09:06 [STATUS]Windows Firewall Domain Profile Settings: OFF 2011/10/24 09:09:06 [STATUS]Windows Firewall Private Profile Settings: OFF 2011/10/24 09:09:06 [STATUS]Windows Firewall Private Profile Settings: OFF 2011/10/24 09:09:07 [STATUS]One network interface detected with IP address 192.168.11.106
Additional I can ping to dirkle.dyndns.org as well as accessing to the WRVS4400N [URL] The connection map is as following:
The NetvigatorGateway is locatet at my home and also distributing IP-TV. For internet it netvigator gateway is set DMZ to WRVS4400N (network 192.168.1.xxx); the WAN IP is assigned to the WRVS4400N and same as on dirkle.dyndns.org. When I connect myself into the netvigator gateway, (network 192.168.8.xxx) i can successfully establish a VPN connection with QuickVPN to the WRVS4400N.But then, what reason ever, I cannot access to 192.168.1.xxx network devices. QuickVPN does not allow me to see the assigned IP as well. This is my issue 2: After the connection is "successfully" established, it does not feel as I am part of the home network....Issue 3 would be: In the company we use CiscoAnyConnect VPN client (Verison 2.4.0202). Is it possible in using this client instead in any later firmware revision?
I've one RV042. I've configured VPN PPTP and it work (I've redirect port 1723 on router1 to rv042). If I can try to use quickVpn, client login and receive error "remote gateway is not responding". I have redirect port 60443 from router1 to rv042. Connection it's this: INTERNET-router1-RV042.
I have been battling with my Cisco RV120W router and QuickVPN.Running Windows 7 Home PremiumPerformed a fresh install to factory out-of-box install for WindowsRemoved NortonDid NOT perform any windows updatesInstalled QuickVN version 18.104.22.168I have updated the firmware to the latest version (confirmed by cisco)I can connet to the router and have a stable connectionI can ping both the router IP and the shared file server IPWhen I enter the shared file server IP into the search field (e.g. \192.168.100.199) and press enter, I see a connection to "share", so I click on this and then see "FolderName" of my shared files. I click on this folder and I get a timed out error.When I enter the routers IP address into a browser (IE8 as factory installed) I get a timed out error also.In the past, I have installed all important and recommended updates for Windows and still get the same scenerioI have called cisco support and went through router settings, assigned them a VPN username, they log in and can access the files without issue (What the @#$$@#$)Cisco support spent plenty of time with me, but since they could access my network and since I could ping my devices, they had no other suggestions further.
I have this fresh factor out-of-box install. I know this is most likely something to do with my laptop that I am trying to use to connect to the network. I have Frontier as my ISP for home. I don't know if there is anything they are doing to interfere with my connection. I have tried to connect to the network via ComCast as well, with no luck.tell me if there is something I need to tweak in my Windows 7 settings?
I've deployed a WRVS4400N router at one of my clients, however I'm unable to access resources on his network via DNS. I was hoping to use the router for DNS resolution, however when I connect via VPN, I can only connect to shares via IP address.
I have a Cisco RV120W connected to the internet. I have configured a QuickVPN user on the router, but I cannot connect via QuickVPN no matter on what PC I try (with firewall or without firewal, Windows XP, 7, ...). On the router it says the VPN user is connected, but on the client PC I receive remote gateway not responding. In the logs it says failed to ping remote VPN router. I tried changing all settings I could find on this forum, but the result stays the same (changed port to 60443, deleted all IKE and VPN policies, allowed ping, disabled fragmented packets etc...). None of all the settings seems to get any result.
I got a RSV4000 router here with the latest firmware 22.214.171.124, trying to get the quick VPN client to connect.As far configurations go I have under WAN set the IP, subnetmask, DNS1, DNS2 and gateway. And under VPN I have created a client account with a password, created and then exported the Cert to my client PC.But when I attempt to connect, the QuickVPN software hangs for a few moments at "Connecting" and then fails; when the general error.I'm running this on Windows 7 x64.
I have router Linksys RV042 v1.2 with latest firmware Version: 1.3.13.02-tm. And I'm using QuickVPN v 126.96.36.199. I've setup VPN connection with values, below: But every time I'm trying to connect to router by VPN it always popup a window "Remote Gateway not responding".It occurs when I'm trying to connect to VPN behind other router, when I'm connected directly to Internet the connection is established.But I'm connecting to other networks using VPN and it's working properly (behind the same router), so I think it's problem with RV042 configuration but I don't now weher.
I've been working on getting a client to Gateway configuration going for quite some time now. Had it working with a different Cisco single wan router that failed. The user replaced the router with an RV042 and we are trying to get the QuickVPN to once again connect to the router as it did before the replacement. Previously we did connect successfully with Windows 7 clients.
Router: RV042 v3 firmware 4.0.4.02-tm Quickvpn version 188.8.131.52
what i keep getting in the log is the following :
2012/10/02 12:55:07 [STATUS]OS Version: Windows Vista 2012/10/02 12:55:07 [STATUS]Windows Firewall Domain Profile Settings: ON 2012/10/02 12:55:07 [STATUS]Windows Firewall Private Profile Settings: ON
I have a RV082 in the corporate office, and several remote people connecting to it using QuickVPN through a variety of clients (XP and Windows 7). As of today, they are all now seeing the "Remote Gateway is not responding - disconnect or wait" message. Checking through the logs on some of the remote clients, I see the "Failed to ping the remote router" message several times, followed by the "Ping was blocked, which can be caused by an unexpected disconnect." message.
The odd thing is that everyone has been running very well over the past 2-3 weeks - most people with 8+ hours of solid connectivity. We made no changes to the clients, nor to the remote router in the corporate office.
I just bought a RV220W for my small company. I have read everywhere that this model come with 25 license for QuickVPN/IPsec.But when I tried to create all my account I had a bad surprise. The firmware tell me that the maximum number of user that I can create is 10! I dont see anywhere in the firmware where I can upgrade for another licence. I have the last firmware.
When I use QuickVPN under XP, I connect to my RVS4000 without problems. When I switch to new computer running Windows 7 and V4.2.1 QuickVPN I can get all the way to Verifying Network. Then I get the message that: "The remote gateway is not responding. Do you want to wait?" - repeatedly. The icon in the tool bar remains with a red slash and I am unable to ping devices on the lan side of the router. However, when I check the VPN Summary on the router, I see that it thinks I'm connected. When I check the VPN log I see that I am not:
Oct 12 10:27:53 - Configuration changed! Oct 12 10:28:33 - Configuration changed! Oct 12 10:28:34 - [VPN Log]: added connection description "ValR_rw_rw"
I've disabled MS Security Essentials and made sure the Firewall is on. IPSec Policy Agent and IKE and AuthIP IPSec Keying Modules services are both started. I've created a rule to allow QuickVPN throught the firwall in and out and a rule to let traffic on 443 and 60443 UDP and TCP through the Firewall.
I am trying to install a Cisco VPN Router RV120W behind this router. I have setup the Cisco and can access the internet from the device. I also setup the Actiontec router with the DMZ host as the Cisco router. When I try to connect to the VPN tunnel however I connect but receive an "Gateway is not responding" error message after 30sec. Is there anything else I need to setup on the actiontec router to allow VPN passthough or something like that?
Actiontec Lan IP: 192.168.1.1 Cisco Wan IP: 192.168.1.2 Cisco Wan SN: 255.255.255.0 Cisco Wan Gateway: 192.168.1.1 Cisco WAN DNS: 192.168.1.1 184.108.40.206 Cisco Lan IP: 192.168.20.1
Edit: I have also tried this connection from a Windows 7 Pro with Firewall enabled and also Windows XP with the same error.
Quick VPN log:
2011/12/30 00:05:58 [STATUS]OS Version: Windows 7 2011/12/30 00:05:58 [STATUS]Windows Firewall Domain Profile Settings: ON 2011/12/30 00:05:58 [STATUS]Windows Firewall Private Profile Settings: ON 2011/12/30 00:05:58 [STATUS]Windows Firewall Private Profile Settings: ON 2011/12/30 00:06:10 [STATUS]OS Version: Windows 7 2011/12/30 00:06:10 [STATUS]Windows Firewall Domain Profile Settings: ON (code )
I have a problem with my RV110W router. I would like to setup Quick VPN access. Manual is quite straightforward: enable management, create users, install client and that's all, should be working. But NOT. it does not work.
Remote Management is enabled on port 8080. Should it be changed to 443 as required for QVPN? Or it does not matter. Is it ok, to have management on 8080 and QVPN on 443?
I have tried to connect via QVPN Client ver. 220.127.116.11. Of course ip as well as user and pass has been changed. I tried to change management port to 443, but first:
1. i was not able to access management console at all
Using QuickVPN from one RV220W to another RV220W I cannot access the Webpage of the remote router. Goes to "CERTIFICATE NOT VALID" then click through that, and the the login page will not come up. Sceen flashes a hint of blue background, then turns white, then just sits there saying "Waiting for response from ???.???.QuickVPN will sucessfully connect and I can use all computers behind the router. Just cannot access the Webpage of the remote router. I can access the Webpage of the local router.Also, when I hookup using QuickVPN from an "Internet Cafe" that is using a Netgear router. I can then access the webpage on both remote routers (of course, depending on whom I QuickVPN'd into at the time).
I have called Cisco on this with no luck. They said to update my JAVA. I am currently JRE 6 Release 30 and still no luck. The Log files reveal nothing and are darn near unreadable since there is no line breaks in the log file. Have to manually edit the log to pick stuff out.
A client of mine has a Cisco RV042 Router. I've configured it to run VPN and it works, sort of. Some clients can connect, others can't, for no discernible reason.
Specific machine issues are Windows 7 x64 or x86, Quick VPN latest release, unobtrusive (Avast or Microsoft Security Essentials) security, etc. 2 separate machines on the same home remote network, 1 can connect just fine, the other can't. My laptop (Win7 x64) connects just fine, one of my techs can connect OK, the IT support guy that works for this client can connect.
Particulars of the router: Firmware version: v4.0.4.02; PID VID : RV042 V03; Firmware MD5 Checksum : 1f84d8d0a2a8b99f9bfa4409e64547aa
Is there a safe way to use the Cisco VPN Client (V5.x) and Cisco Quick VPN (V18.104.22.168) on the same Windows PC? I need to access my office RVS4000 and my customer's PIX 506 from the same laptop (but not at the same time).
Perhaps I should be asking "Is there a single Windows VPN client that works with both the Cisco RVS4000 and Cisco PIX 506? I have seen these questions asked on various forums but have yet to see a definitive answer.
I've configured an srp541w router for a customer and successfully configured an IPSEC VPN connection with a Netopia router at a satellite office for the customer.
I cannot seem to find a way to configure either a PPTP VPN connection or QuickVPN connection for remote users. I did read something that stated that the router will only support either a site-to-site VPN or a QuickVPN connection, but not both at the same time.