Cisco Routers :: RVS4000 To Use A Gateway To Gateway IPSec Tunnel
Oct 17, 2011
Can I have use a Gateway-to-Gateway IPSec tunnel whereby a user can surf the Internet using his local Internet connection and at the same time connect through the IPSec tunnel to a remote subnet using RVS4000 routers?
Just bought 3 WRVS4400N, I wanted to setup gateway to gateway VPN. I followed the instructions on the WRVS4400N admin guide and VPN does not connect. I also downloaded the VPN setup wizard and that also did get the gateway connected. Everything seems to be correct. Do I have to enable anything else? Firewall setting?
Below is my config.
IPSec VPN Tunnel: Enabled Tunnel Name: TUN01 Local Security gateway: IP only WAN1 IP: 192.168.100.1 SUBNET: 255.255.255.0 Local Security type: subnet LOCAL IP: 10.10.10.1 SUBNET: 255.255.255.0
I recently purchased a RVS 4000 (firmware V18.104.22.168) and am having some issues creating a second (third...fourth?) IPSec VPN Tunnel. The first one is up and running just fine. On the VPN Summary screen it says [1 Tunnels Used 4 Tunnels Available].
When I go to configure the second tunnel, I select --New-- from the "Select Tunnel Entry" drop down and proceed to fill in all the connection information. When I click Save, it seems to be processing and after a few seconds just returns me to the same screen, with none of the information I just input and no connection created. No errors given.
I have another RVS4000 to connect at a different location which will require a similar setup, but don't want to do anything with it until I have the one mentioned above working fully.
I have a RVS4000 at one location and a second RVS4000 at home. I have established an IPSec VPN tunnel between them and it is UP. I can ping the routers from each end no problem. I can ping the IPs listed in the "Local Group Setup" and the "Remote Group Setup" from both ends no problem. I can even open up a shared resource from a Win 7 machine (e.g. by typing \10.10.10.100 in start-run from a computer on my home network).
But - i can't ping anything else on one network from the other. What gives? I need to access a 10.10.10.101 machine but can't even ping it.
- both RVS4000 boxes have latest firmware (V22.214.171.124) - home RVS4000 setup with IP 10.10.11.1 - home network has a server with IP 10.10.11.20 - other location RVS4000 setup with IP 10.10.10.1 - other location server setup with IP 10.10.10.100
Tunnel settings on home RVS4000 (the other location properly mirror these). - Local Security Gateway Type : IP Only - Local Security Group Type : Subnet [code]....
I've got two RV082's connected. Each has a dynamic IP (changes typically every few weeks). I've configured the tunnels on both ends with a local and remote "Remote/Local Security Gateway Type" of "Dynamic IP + Domain Name(FQDN) Authentication".If I look at the VPN Summary tunnel status, it shows an IP address of "mydomain.dyndns.org 0.0.0.0" under the "Remote Gateway" column heading. The Tunnel Test "Connect" button is N/A.I can resolve both of the mydomain.dyndns.org entries on both sides of each VPN using the Diagnostic DNS lookup tool within each router. If I hardwire a fixed IP address for the Local and Remote Gateway everything works just fine. VPN is good.
I just can't seem to get the "mydomain.dyndns.org" function to work. It appears the router can't resolve the dynamic IP from the domain names on each of the routers.
I replace our aging rv082 routers with wireless rv220w routers. The gateway to gateway vpn works great, however I am no longer able to manage our print servers port 80 management page. I can ping any host with success, and I can manage hosts that have a port 10000 or 8000 web interface - but no port 80 ones... I had no issues when using the old rv082 routers...
I picked up a pair of RV220W's and before I spent loads of time at a remote site, I figured I'd go through some VPN testing at home to make sure I could get it setup properly. What this means is I've plugged the Internet uplink into a switch, then from the switch into both routers & configured them (using unique static IP's for each) from there. For what its worth: While I have some IT experience, I don't have strong networking experience.
I setup several VLAN's on the local RV220W, and the end result is to make it so that an asset at the remote site with an IP in any of the ranges (192.168.121.0/24, 192.168.131.0/24, 192.168.141.0/24 and any future VLANs) can communicate with/access resouces at the local site. Likewise, an asset at the local site with an IP in any of the ranges (.121, .131, .141 + any future VLANs) should be able to reach the remote resources (currently just 192.168.181.0/24, but future VLANs as well).
This evening I tried to focus on the relevant VPN pages of the Administration Guide to get the VPN up. Leaving the defaults I got as far as establishing a link between both sites and it seems that things are working right: From the remote site (.181) I can access the local site (.121, .131, .141); and from the local site I can at least ping resources (a laptop) on the remote site. (Yay!)
However, when I physically connected an asset that had a 192.168.121.X, 192.168.131.X and 192.168.141.X IP addresses to the remote RV220W (which is 192.168.181.0/24), I couldn't see it from the remote or local sites.I assume this is expected. But I'm reaching out to the community to see what other possibilities might be available becuase networking is a weak area for me. I figured it might be something like a Static [or Dynamic] Route but I really am not 100% sure.
Local Router LAN/WAN Settings: LAN IP: 192.168.121.1 on default VLAN (1) VLAN 13 defined 192.168.131.1 with DHCP enabled; Reservations created outside of DHCP scope VLAN 14 defined 192.168.141.1 with DHCP enabled, Reservations created outside of DHCP scope Inter VLAN Routing enabled for all VLANs
I have two Cisco RV042 Routers, they are being used to connect two offices, i have created a standard gateway to gateway connection, fixed public ip addresses on both sides and everything works fine, except when the tunnel gets disconnected, it does not connect back automatically, i have to log into either router console and click the connect button to get the tunnel working again, this is really annoying since it happens once or twice a day at least.
New hardware here, requesting a bit of your knowledge, We are tryingin to setup a simple gateway to gateway VPN
HomeA Has an RV016 with a public static IP Local Group Security Gateway type is IP Only with the IP Local Security Group Type is Subnet, with the local IP class 126.96.36.199 Remote Security Gateway Type: Dynamic + Email Email address firstname.lastname@example.org Remote Security Group Type: Subnet IP Address 192.168.1.0 IPSec Setup as default with nice password.
HomeB has an RV082 with a dynamic ADSL link Local Group Security Gateway type is DynamicIP +Email Email address email@example.com Local Security Group Type is Subnet, with the local IP class 188.8.131.52 Remote Security Gateway Type: IP Only Remote Security Group Type: Subnet IP Address 192.168.0.0 IPSec Setup as default with nice password.
The idea is for HomeB which has a dynamic IP, to reach HomeA, which has a static IP and connect. But they just wont. I have not clue what's wrong, I followed the instructions, maybe i miss interpreted something. I could share the VPN logs for both., Im getting a lot of errors there.
I have a pair of RV082 routers and I'd like to configure gateway to gateway VPN tunnel as described in a cookbook, "How to configure a VPN tunnel that routes all traffic to the Remote Gateway," (file name Small_business_router_tunnel_Branch_to_Main.doc). I followed this cookbook and found that my while the Main office has internet connectivity, the branch subnet doesn't have internet connectivity.
Routing does behave as advertised, where all traffic does go to the main office. However, the 192.168.1.0 subnet in the branch office does not get internet connectivity. I've read in other posts that the Main office router will only provide NAT for the local subnet, not the branch office subnet. Is there a way to configure the RV082 router to provide NAT for all subnets?
If not, which Cisco product will provide the VPN Tunnel connectivity as well as the NAT for all subnets? Can the RV082 be used as part of the final solution or are my RV082s a wasted expenditure?
Following is the configuration that I'd implemented, (real IP and IKE keys are bogus).
Gateway To Gateway Remote Main Office Add a New Tunnel Tunnel No. 1 2 Tunnel Name : n1-2122012_n2-1282012 n1-2122012_n2-1282012 Interface : WAN1 WAN1
I am trying to set up a gateway to gateway VPN connection between a RV042G (central site) and a RV110W (newest firmware) which is used for presentation purposes on various customer's sites. The RV042G has a static IP. The RV110W has different IPs, depending on where it is used.
Basic VPN settings are clear to me (we have another VPN between two RV042G with static IPs). I set up the VPN connection on the RV042G wth the following settings for "Remote Group Setup":
Remote Security Gateway Type : IP + Domain Name (FQDN) Authentication IP by DNS resolved: mydomain.no-ip.org Domain Name: router12345
The value "router12345" is what I have configured in the RV110W as "Host name" in the network settings.
This configuration does not work so I am obviously doing something wrong. Do I have to use "router12345.mydomain.local" instead if I configured "mydomain.local" as the domain name in the RV110Ws network settings? For my tests the RV110W has a WAN-IP of 192.168.178.100 because it is located behind a DSL-Router. The external IP of this DSL-router is 178.0.x.x. The resolved IP from mydomain.no-ip-org is 192.168.178.100 but when I look in the RV042G log I see the requests coming withg the external IP (178.0.x.x). Is this the problem? The last message I see in the log is "no connection has been authorized with policy=PSK".
Or can I use "IP + Email Address (USER FQDN) Authentication" instead (where can I enter this email address in the RV110W?). Or do I have to use "Dynamic IP"?
I exchanged a RV042 v1.2 (Firmware 1.3.13.02) by a new RV042G v3. (Firmware 4.2.1.02).
My problem is now the following: The old RV042 established the Gateway to gateway VPN connection as soon as an IP- address of the remote location was requested. The new RV042G stays on „Waiting for connection“ all the time and does nothing at all. The connection works by clicking „CONNECT“ or by ticking Keep-Alive in the advanced tunnel settings but NOT automatically as before. Is this a firmware issue or have I to configure something additional?
I have a side client who's recently upgraded their internet service from a single T1 to a 100mb fiber line. TW Telecom brought the fiber line into their building and run it through a Cisco 3400 which hands it off to TW Telecom's Adtran 4430. If I take my laptop and assign it the appropriate IP and subnet and plug straight into the Adtran I get close to full speeds so I can rule out the ISP (I think).
It comes out of the Adtran to a Cisco RVS4000 setup as a gateway and then feeds off to a Cisco SG200-50 and Cisco 248G switches. Anything from the RVS4000 and beyond on the customer side will only receive a quarter of the speeds I get if I plug straight to the Adtran. I talked to the tech from TW Telecom and they have confirmed the Adtran is hard coded for 1GB Full Duplex speeds so I'm going to assume the RVS4000 needs to match that. I'm not 100% sure on how to make sure the RVS4000 is set to that. In the Admin GUI for the RVS I've gone under the L2 Switch Port Settings and set them to match the Adtran but it makes no difference.
I'm getting some sort of port duplex conflict and need to figure out where to make adjustments.
I have a RVS4000 connected to my cable modem which I use as my gateway, the IP address of the RVS is 192.168.3.254
I have a 2811 with 3 subinterfaces of which I can ping all of them from my PC which at the minute is in VLAN 1, the only network that can connect to the outside world is VLAN 1, how can I enable the other 2 vlans to connect to the internet?
My set-up details are
interface FastEthernet0/0.1 description *** Data Network*** encapsulation dot1Q 1 native
I have succesfully config an IPSec VPN Tunnel by using a Router Scientific Atlanta Cisco 2320 and a RVS4000 4-Port Gigabit Security Router with VPN.On the site of Router Scientific Atlanta Cisco 2320 this is some info: [code] On the site of RVS4000 4-Port Gigabit Security Router with VPN this is some info: [code] Remember that you can not be on the same range of IP, I mean, you can not have 192.168.0.X if the remote network is on 192.168.0.X, you have to change some of the Routers.I show the configuration on Router Scientific Atlanta Cisco 2320: I show the configuration on RVS4000 4-Port Gigabit Security Router with VPN:If all is correctly configured, you should see on Router Scientific Atlanta Cisco 2320 the Status Connected:
If all is correctly configured, you should see on RVS4000 4-Port Gigabit Security Router with VPN the Status Up.As you can see, I'm connected to the remote Router (RVS4000 4-Port Gigabit Security Router with VPN) by my own web browser accesing by the local IP 192.168.0.10.I have used Authentication MD5, maybe is not the best one but I had no time to test SHA1, I will when I will have time.
Is it possible to create a site-to-site ipsec vpn (lab environment) between two 5505's (ASA IOS 8.2(5) & asdm-645-206) with the same default gateway. I.E. a back to back site-to-site VPN tunnel or do I need to deploy a router and hang each 5505 off a different interface? We have plenty of public IP's but only one default gateway to our ISP (Internet).
I recently swapped out an RV082 with a newer model (still RV082 but black and a different interface). I configured the Gateway to Gateway VPN exactly as it was before but none of the three other RV082's will connect. I have tried deleting the connections several times to no avail. I have aggressive mode disabled and have tried with the firewall on and off. Below are the settings (IP's have been X'd out) and the log.
Settings: IP OnlyIP Address : X0X.X0X.20.31Local Security Group Type : IPSubnetIP RangeIP Address : Subnet Mask : Remote Group Setup Remote Security Gateway Type : IP OnlyIP AddressIP by DNS Resolved : Remote Security Group Type : IPSubnetIP RangeIP Address : Subnet Mask : AES-192AES-256AES-128 AES-192AES-256 AES-128 IPSec Setup3DES Keying Mode : ManualIKE with Preshared keyPhase 1 DH Group : Group 1 - 768 bitGroup 2 - 1024 bitGroup 5 - 1536 bitPhase 1 Encryption : DES Phase 1 Authentication : MD5SHA1Phase 1 SA Life Time : secondsPerfect Forward Secrecy : Phase 2 DH Group : Group 1 - 768 bitGroup 2 - 1024 bitGroup 5 - 1536 bitPhase 2 Encryption : NULLDES3DES Phase 2 Authentication : NULLMD5SHA1Phase 2 SA Life Time : secondsPreshared Key : Minimum Preshared Key Complexity : EnableLOG:
We have a VPN setup between two Cisco RV082 routers, the VPN status shows as connected however I can't ping the other network. I am unable to ping between routers, let alone ping computers behind those routers.
We have 2 branches, branch 1 is on a static IP and branch 2 is Dynamic. I am able to connect via QuickVPN from Branch 2 to Branch 1 and remote desktop to computers, however have yet to VPN/remote desktop in the opposite direction.
To me it seems like a firewall issue at branch 2, but what's causing this. Also they are currently running 2 differnet firmware version not sure if this would cause a problem.
i am trying to setup a vpn Gateway To Gateway when i setup the vpn i can ping the 2 rv042 i cant see any computer in the network places when there comect we need to see the computer in the network places so are pos will run?
I have an RV082 and a RV042. I have been able to successfully establish a gateway to gateway vpn connection between them both, and I can remotely administer each router through the VPN connection, but I am unable to ping computers from one side of the connection to the other. For example, a computer in the 10.10.1.0 subnet can't see / ping / communicate with a computer in the 192.168.1.0 subnet.
Below are the configurations for each. Aside from the static IP configurations and the VPN configurations, no other changes were made to the routers. RV082 DHCP Enabled Tunnel Status: Connected Local Group Setup
IP Only: X.X.X.66Local Security Group Type: SubnetIP Address: 10.10.1.0Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0Remote Group Setup
I am struggling on a problem for over 2 weeks despite of various researches.
We have a Cisco router, then an ASA 5520 8.4(3). The private interface of the ASA is connected to a switch, and so on connected to one interface of the router. The private interface is as following : 184.108.40.206 255.255.248.0 (/21) => It is in the 220.127.116.11/21 subnet
Here is the part of the router config we are interested in : ! interface Vlan32 ip address 18.104.22.168 255.255.248.0 (this is the tunnel default gateway configured on the ASA - 22.214.171.124/21 subnet) ip address 126.96.36.199 255.255.255.0 secondary ip address 188.8.131.52 255.255.252.0 secondary ip access-group CVPN-depuis-129.88.56 in ip access-group CVPN-vers-129.88.56 out ip verify unicast source reachable-via rx allow-default no ip redirects mls rp ip !
On the ASA, there is currently one default route for the tunneled traffic : route Private 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 184.108.40.206 tunneled As you can see, it's on the same subnet as the primary IP address of interface Vlan32 on the router.
The scenario is as following : - we can connect to the VPN with the appropriate alias (LDAP connection), then we get an IP address in the defined range (it's a local ASA pool) - the pool is : 220.127.116.11/24 - but, once we are connected, we can't do anything, because it seems like we don't have any network access
I followed:[URL]And my VPN connection is established on 2921.However when I successfully connected to the router via VPN, ipfoncfig shows default gateway being 255.0.0.0,My CISCO2921 GI0/0 has default 10.10.10.1 IP assigned, I want to access this interface with CISCO CP.
Can a router using OSPF propagate that he is a router with default-information originate... at the same time when he got an own gateway of last resort to an IP-adress? If so, how? I can't get it to work.
I've configured a VPN IPSEC on my ASA5510. It Assigned IP/NETMASK/Gateway via a DHCP Server on the LAN.The problem is that when a client is connected to the VPN , it takes the right IP and NETMASK. ( 192.168.1.109 / 255.255.255.0) but the Default Gateway is wrong ( 192.168.1.1). It should be the default Gateway of my LAN router ( 192.168.1.229).
I'm trying to configure an IPSEC VPN + tunnel for multicast data. When the default gateway is set on the router (1841) it works fine but if I only set a route to the IPSEC peer via our gateway then the tunnel fails to come up. The end point is to a 3rd party. [code]
I found that if I add a static route for the tunnel destination via fa0/0, the public facing interface, the tunnel comes up..ip route 10.23.4.2 255. 255. 255. 255 FastEthernet0/0
and I can then ping the tunnel IP at the far end - 10.23.0.5.Why would that be? Is there a better way to do this without using a default route??