Rv042 -Multiple Ip-adresses and remote desktop

Unanswered Question
Jun 16th, 2009
User Badges:

I have set upp two Rv042 routers, internet and a router-router vpn connection works perfectly.


I have multiple IP-adresses from my ISP at both ends. How do I move the VPN connection to an other ip at both locations, currently I am using the same as for the internet.



Also I have troubles getting the router to allow me to access our windows server from home. I'm using the remote access service in w2k3 server which worked with the old router. I use PPTP protocol. Which ports should be set up for this service? I have tried a bunch but have had no success. I would like this incoming connection to use an other of my ip-adresses. Which settings are needed in the router? Have addded port trigger and forward for the ports and made a passtrough trough the firewall to the server Ip-adress.

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5
Overall Rating: 0 (0 ratings)
Loading.
karlsson.andreas Tue, 06/16/2009 - 07:03
User Badges:

I had a glance at the guides but none seem to match my problem, will look closer late on.


My internet modem only features one ethernet connection therefor I can only use one of the wan ports.I have 5-6 Ip adresses. Is it normal for all to be redirected to the one uses by the gateway?


I would like not to use the VPN servic provided by the router to spare its memory and cpu as I have a server for this. I can take a second look at the cisco vpn client, if i use it do i need to make open ports in the firewall in the router or is it selfmanaged?

Te-Kai Liu Tue, 06/16/2009 - 15:01
User Badges:
  • Gold, 750 points or more

If you have multiple public IP addresses, you can set up the 2nd WAN port as a DMZ Port (e.g. using DMZ Range if the IP addresses are in the same subnet of the ISP).

karlsson.andreas Tue, 06/16/2009 - 23:24
User Badges:

When i change to dmz i get som intresting alterantives. But do i connectet another "switched" cable from the modem or do i use it as the output of the dmz settings?

Te-Kai Liu Wed, 06/17/2009 - 00:34
User Badges:
  • Gold, 750 points or more

For DMZ, you would want to connect the WAN2/DMZ Port to a switch, which connects to all the PCs that will be assigned the public IP addresses given by your ISP.

Actions

This Discussion