Jan 14, 2013
I just set up a new Linksys/Cisco RV082 router with the intent to get VPN working from outside the building. I have gone through the setup and while everything looks good, I have not been able to connect yet. I have tried everything that I know how, and am now hoping to get the answer from some pros.
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Here's my setup. We use Comcast Business class internet. The modem is plugged into WAN port 1 on the RV082. I'm using the router as a DHCP server, that is working fine. My local subnet is 192.168.0.0/220
Right now all I want is to be able to log in as a client using QuickVPN. I set up one user and a client to VPN tunnel using the router's config page. Here's the settings I have:
Tunnel Interface is setup on WAN1, checkbox is enabled.
Local Group Setup
Local Security Gatewaytpe: IP Only
Local Security Group Type: Subnet
It seems like something is blocking the connection, but seeing that I have tried this after disabling the firewall completely it doesn't make sense to me. I also went into the config page for the modem and set up the router as a DMZ. I have also tried connecting with the client built into Windows 7, but that doesn't work either, I just get "connection failed with error 619"
I have the port in QuickVPN set to auto, but have tried both 443 and 60443 with same results.
I ran a port scan at [URL] and it shows I have 3 ports open...80,443, and 1723