Cisco VPN :: WRVS4400N / Remote Gateway Is Not Responding
Oct 4, 2010
Im having trouble with getting my VPN to work on my brand new WRVS4400N router. i cant find the solution to my problem, no matter how much i read about it.
Firmware Version: V220.127.116.11-ETSI
The laptop im trying to connect to the gateway via VPN is a Windows 7 x64 HP Elitebook 8540p with a internal mobile broadband (HSPA+)So.The scenario is that i've installed the QuickVPN client on my Win7-machine without any trouble.I've created a user in the web-administration of the router.The router is configured to disable "Block WAN requests" in the firewall, apart from that the firewall is on.When trying to connect - with a valid certificate that i created, i get a error message after the dialog telling me "Verifying network":"The remote gateway is not responding. Do you want to wait?".
The log.txt tells me:
...2010/10/06 00:00:28 [STATUS]Verifying Network...2010/10/06 00:00:34 [WARNING]Failed to ping remote VPN Router!2010/10/06 00:00:37 [WARNING]Failed to ping remote VPN Router!2010/10/06 00:00:40 [WARNING]Failed to ping remote VPN Router!2010/10/06 00:00:43 [WARNING]Failed to ping remote VPN Router!2010/10/06 00:00:46 [WARNING]Failed to ping remote VPN Router!2010/10/06 00:00:49 [WARNING]Ping was blocked, which can be caused by an unexpected disconnect.2010/10/06 00:02:13 [STATUS]Disconnecting...
Router is a version 1.1 running with sw version V1.1.13-ETSI Quick VPN is sw version Ver 18.104.22.168
The issue is that I can't connect due to that i cant ping the internal IP, get this error message in the QVPN log [WARNING]Failed to ping remote VPN Router![URL]I have disable the "Block WAN Request" and it is possible to ping the router on the external site.So as I see it, the router blocks for ping on the internal IP via QVPN, what have I done wrong?
I have a RV180 router and i am trying to use the Quick VPN Client version 22.214.171.124. 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 126.96.36.199
I did not adjust the MTU rate as i was not sure what to change it too. AV is AVG 2012.
I've just set-up one of the RV220W VPN solutions. This worked fine for a while, but now it reports the remote gateway is not responding. Other clients can connect, but not the computer I'm using at home. Log file reports:
2011/08/31 21:10:31 [STATUS]Success to connect. 2011/08/31 21:10:31 [STATUS]Tunnel is configured. Ping test is about to start. 2011/08/31 21:10:31 [STATUS]Verifying Network... [code]...
I've tried the most common stuff. Enabling ICMP, checked that remote administration runs on port 443, changed MTU to 1400 manually, It allows fragmented packages too. Checked that IKE and IP Sec services are running. I've also tried both with windows firewall ON and OFF. A colleague of mine had the same problem in the same time frame as me, but after a while - he suddenly was able to connect. I still can't!!
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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
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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.
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Here is my ipconfig /all Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
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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 )
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