Cisco Routers :: Site-to-site VPN With Dynamic IP Addresses Using RV 120W
Mar 13, 2012
I want to connect two sites through a VPN tunnel, such that each machine can access all others, regardless of which site they're located.
The two sites have a VDSL connexion with dynamic public IP addresses. Unfortunately, our ISP does not offer static IP addresses with VDSL connexions.
I plan to do the following : install two RV 120W routers, one at each site, right after the VDSL modemconfigure the modems in bridge mode, such that the 120Ws get directly the WAN IP address and trafficuse DynDNS to assign domain names (site1.dyndns.org and site2.dyndns.org) to each siteassign different subnets to each site (ie 192.168.1/24 for site 1 and 192.168.2/24 for site 2)configure a VPN tunnel in gateway mode using the FQDN (site.dyndsn.org and site2.dyndns.org) of each site on both routers, with corresponding remote subnets
I have an ASA5505 running which is on a static IP. I have just got an SRP527W for a remote worker and want to create a site-to-site VPN into the ASA. I have a number of other router of non-cisco brand which just all dial-in and connect no problem.
On other routers I have been abloe to specify the DDNS hostname in the VPN setup so that the ASA can identify it. I'm not sure how I setup the SRP527 to connect to the ASA.
I am having a heck of a time configuring 2 RV180W's to establish an IPSEC VPN tunnel. I have some experience at this with other Cisco products (RV042/082) but I can't get these beasties to cooperate.One RV180W is at a client's office and there are to be 1x RV180W and 1x RV120W located at 2 employee's residences.The office has a Static IP and the homes have dymamic IP.I figured I would config the units in the homes to be initators and connect to the office where the static IP is. This is failing for me so far. Any example (screenshot?) of a config where this is working? The firmware on the RV180W's I am trying to configure first are current.I even tried testing from my office (where I have multiple static IPs available) from RV180W here to RV180W at client's office (static at both ends) and I can't get a tunnel to come up. Obviously I am missing the boat at some point in the setup.
We recently purchased an SRP527W router because of its capability to configure site-site VPN tunnels. The configuration of IKE and IPSEC is working and the tunnel comes up but the problem is that the router is passing our internal IP addresses through the tunnel. The remote end we are connecting to requires us to hide all traffic behind one IP address which would ideally be our external static IP address from our ISP.
I recently bought two RV042s to create a site to site VPN for a client. I have several of these setups installed at other locations but this is the first version 3 hardware I've used.It seems like the dynamic IP functionality of the VPN setup may not be working correctly. I've verified all settings on each router match and have deleted/recreated the setup several times just to make sure. Here's the logs from the router with a static IP.
Nov 29 06:49:51 2012 VPN Log (g2gips0): deleting connection Nov 29 06:49:51 2012 VPN Log added connection description (g2gips0) Nov 29 06:49:51 2012 VPN Log listening for IKE messages Nov 29 06:49:51 2012 VPN Log forgetting secrets Nov 29 06:49:51 2012 VPN Log loading secrets from '/etc/ipsec.d/ipsec.secrets' Nov 29 06:49:51 2012 VPN Log (g2gips0): cannot initiate connection without knowing peer IP address Nov 29 06:49:51 2012 VPN Log (g2gips0): cannot initiate connection without knowing peer IP address
I've tried both dynamic IP + email and dynamic IP + FQDN to authenticate the router using the dynamic IP and both give the same error as above.I did a firmware update hoping to fix PPPoE which seemed to be broken with a Netopia modem in bridge mode so both routers are on the latest firmware, v4.2.1.02.
I've got a problem with establishing VPN site-to site tunnel from client (Cisco 1801/871) with dynamic ip addres. My central site using static address but remote site(s) has dynamic IP, and I don't want using dyndns etc. ... just simple any ip client connecting to central site. It had worked very well with Cisco 1812 which was changed for RV220W. Any other tunnels between two static sites works fine with RV220W.
Im trying to configure a IPsec site-to-site between Cisco 2911 and Cisco RV 120W routers and im having some trouble with it. Hoping some could shine some light on this matter. Posting my running config on 2911 and also the config of the Cisco RV 120W (.jpg)
I just installed a new RV 120W to replace my dlink router.The problem is i cant display the configuration site (192.168.1.1). My internet is working fine and when i go to 192.168.1.1 i can logon (with the password i set using the installation disk) but then i see the top of the config site (blue) but where the config panel should be i see `site cannot be displayed`.
I have a request to establish a site to site VPN with a customer. While collecting the information I give them our local network subnet which is a private subnet (192.168.5.0). They asked me if I could give them a public address instead. They can not work with the 192.168.5 subnet. Is this possible?
My side of the VPN is an ASA 5505 running 8.2(2). The other side i believe is a Checkpoint.
I have some sites already connected with ASA 5505 site to site VPN with both end static IP. Normally, all traffic can come across without any problem. Even I used "management-access inside" for both ASA.Now I have a new office with only ADSL pppoe connection. I used easy VPN to connect from Site B:remote dynamic IP site to SiteA:static IP with similar example of this: [URL]
All my 5505 ASA are running 8.4(4)1 Site A - Static IP Site B - dynamic IP with pppoe connection.
After EasyVPN connected, i do not know how do I remote manangment from site A lan to site B 5505 ASA?
RemoteLan - Router Dynamic WAN IP ----------- site to site VPN --------------ASA - ASA Lan 192.168.1.0/24 10.1.1.0/24
I am trying to get my head round configuring an ASA with V8.4 code where things have changed especially NAT.In earlier ASA 7/8.x code I belive the crypto map below would have allowed a properly configured remote router to connect irrespective of its WAN IP
I am struggling to get my head round how I achieve the same in ASA V8.4 . I have searched the web and found plenty of examples for earlier code but specificlly am trying to learn about how to achieve it with v8.4
I'm trying to figure out how to get two 5510 ASA's to establish a Site-to-Site VPN.The version with two static IP's is working perfectly and stable but I haven't figured out how to get a VPN running between a static and a dynamic IP
As you can see i have problems with connecting 2 SRP521W together for an VPN tunnel. I tried as much as I can but now i dont know what to do or how and where is the mistake? the connection between these two devices was there last week, after weekend (nothing changed in configs) the connection suddenly was interrupted, without any reason or warning. another day it worked again and 20 mins later connection was dead again...and now it wont establish at all.. here are some screenshots from the vpnconfigs of my devices. one has a static IP the otherone uses FQDN. These are the IKE policies: Here the IPsec Policies: and the GRE policies:
Can I use a single Public IP address for both Internet access and site to site vpn access?If not, can I configure the RV220W as a bridge and still use it via another gateway configured for vpn passthrough as a VPN appliance/server on the LAN?
Is it possible to have a site-to-site IPSEC tunnel between 2 identical RV110W routers?I basically want one of them to initiate a secure tunnel with the second so that computers from one router subnet see the computers from the other router subnet.
the RV110W IPSEC site-to-site tunnel, are there necessary 2 x public IPs for it to work, or only 1 public IP is enough? [code]If it works with 1 public ip, the "CLIENT" RV110W configuration should be straightforward (in Advanced VPN SetupRemote Endpoint i fill in the dyndns address?), but how do i setup "HOST" RV110W?
We have successfully establish a site-to-site vpn, but we have some difficulties when PPTP users try to access the remote network linked by this tunnel. LAN users can access the remote network without problem, but users who are connected remotly to the lan (PPTP) can't access computer on the remote network. Is there a way to allow PPTP user to access the remote network ? Adding a route ?
I'm installing a new SRP547W for a client and am having trouble setting up a site-to-site vpn. They are using the WAN1 ADSL interface for their internet connection. When I add a sub interface to it I am unable to see the 'Connection Type' drop down like I can see on a WAN2 ethernet sub interface. I have followed the instructions on page 29 provided here: how I can get a a site to site vpn set up on this router using either PPTP or L2TP over the ADSL interface.
I have two Cisco RV220W routers and I would like to realy DHCP from the home office to the remote office accross the IPsec Tunnel. Is this possible and if so how?
I have already gone into the IPv4 LAN (Local Network) settings on the remote router and set the DHCP mode to "DHCP Relay" providing the internal ip address of the home office router as the remote DHCP server.
I am considering to buy two RV180Ws and place them on two separate locations. But before buying I would like to make sure that the units meets my requirements. Lets call the locations A and B. I would like to connect location A with full network access to location B. But at the same time I would like to have that location B also gets full access to the network at location A.Besides this I would like to be able to connect to one of the networks from remote with my laptop.Preferably all connections should be made using IPSEC and not PPTP.I would like to know if it is possible to make such a configuration, and eventually if there is a smarter way to do e.g. only letting clients connect to location A or B and granting them access to all ressources at both location A and B from there.
I have a site to site VPN tunnel configured between a rv220w and rv180. Everything works fine going from site to site on LAN connections. I'm now trying to tie in the remote site wireless (rv220w side) by pointing radius to my ACS server which is on the other side of the site-to-site tunnel but it seems as though it doesnt route across the site to site tunnel. If i put a radius server on the local lan on the remote site that authentication works fine. I have confirmed there are no ACL problems. the RV220W capable of using a radius server across the vpn tunnel?
I'd like to create a site-to-site vpn between an SRP527 and an other vpn gateway. The problem is i don't see how to route all traffic from the local network (network defined by the lan ip interface of the SRP527) to the other vpn gateway? It seems to be only possible to define the destination network (accessible via the vpn) with ip/mask (but only for "small" network: for exemple i tried with 10.2.0.0 mask 255.255.0.0 and it's ok but i tried with 10.0.0.0 mask 255.0.0.0 -> it's not working. I obtain the message "invalid ip")
I have an issue with 2 site to site VPN tunnels from a RV042G router. The issue is for both VPN tunnels is that in the logs, it is showing that when the RV042G router is trying to establish the tunnel, it is getting a response from the remote gateway internal address and not the Public address of the remote gateways. On the remote gateways I have other site to site VPN's terminating fine and the tunnels are passing traffic. I only have an issue with the RV042. On the VPN Tunnel page it shows for both tunnels waiting for connection. This is an output from the log of the RV042G
Dec 17 15:19:48 2012VPN Log(g2gips0) #2174: sending encrypted notification INVALID_ID_INFORMATION to 203.43.XX.XXX:500 Dec 17 15:19:48 2012VPN Log(g2gips0) #2174: [Tunnel Negotiation Info] >>> Initiator Receive Main Mode 6th packet Dec 17 15:19:48 2012VPN Log(g2gips0) #2174: [Tunnel Negotiation Info] >>> Initiator Receive Main Mode 6th packet Dec 17 15:19:48 2012VPN Log(g2gips0) #2174: Peer ID is ID_IPV4_ADDR: '184.108.40.206' Dec 17 15:19:48 2012VPN Log(g2gips0) #2174: we require peer to have ID '203.43.XX.XXX', but peer declares '220.127.116.11' Dec 17 15:19:48 2012VPN Log(g2gips0) #2174: we require peer to have ID '203.43.XX.XXX', but peer declares '18.104.22.168' Dec 17 15:19:48 2012VPN Log(g2gips0) #2174: sending encrypted notification INVALID_ID_INFORMATION to 203.43.XX.XXX:500 Dec 17 15:39:50 2012VPN Log(g2gips1) #2192: [Tunnel Negotiation Info] >>> Initiator Receive Main Mode 6th packet Dec 17 15:39:50 2012VPN Log(g2gips1) #2192: Peer ID is ID_IPV4_ADDR: '10.1.202.65' Dec 17 15:39:50 2012VPN Log(g2gips1) #2192: we require peer to have ID '203.47.XXX.XX', but peer declares '10.1.202.65' Dec 17 15:39:50 2012VPN Log(g2gips1) #2192: we require peer to have ID '203.47.XXX.XX', but peer declares '10.1.202.65' Dec 17 15:39:50 2012VPN Log(g2gips1) #2192: sending encrypted notification INVALID_ID_INFORMATION to 203.47.XXX.XX:500
VPN tunnel terminating on 203.43.XX.XXX is a Checkpoint firewall running R70 software version?VPN tunnel terminating on 203.47.XXX.XX is a Cisco ASA 5510 running ASA 8.2.4 software?As stated above, I have other VPN tunnels working fine. This RV042 is a replacement router as the original router suffered a power surge.
I have several sa520 appliances, and one of them came with the 2.1.72 firmware and it works perfect... with all others I upgrade to 2.1.71 (because I was not able to find 2.1.72) that is the latest posted in the CISCO download area.So, is there any way to get 2.1.72 ?With the 2.1.71 the VPN Site 2 Site works fine some time, but later it disconnect and it does not connect until I disable /enable the VPN.
I'm setting up a site-to-site VPN between two offices, Site A uses a Cisco RV110W VPN Router with a static WAN IP and local IP 192.168.1.0/24 while Site B I have set up with a Belkin N300 VPN router which also has a Static WAN IP and the local IP is set to 192.168.2.0/24
I'm able to ping from Site B (192.168.2.xxx) to Site A, however I can't communicate from Site A back to Site B.how I could go about troubleshooting this? I've been scouring the internet for 3 days trying to get to the bottom of this with no luck.