I just purchased a RV042 and am in the middle of installing it for a client. They have a small office with a couple of servers but have a need for about 10 remote engineers to get access to the servers. I was able to configure and get PPTP to work, but my understanding is that it only supports up to 5 PPTP sessions. I then tried to configure QuickVPN/VPN Client Access. By the logs, it looks like it connects, but fails the "ping the remote VPN server" test. Here is the log of the VPN client.
2010/09/10 07:47:13 [STATUS]OS Version: Windows XP
2010/09/10 07:47:13 [STATUS]Windows Firewall is OFF
2010/09/10 07:47:14 [STATUS]One network interface detected with IP address 192.168.77.106
2010/09/10 07:47:14 [STATUS]Connecting...
2010/09/10 07:47:14 [STATUS]Connecting to remote gateway with IP address: 192.168.26.55
2010/09/10 07:47:17 [STATUS]Remote gateway was reached by https ...
2010/09/10 07:47:17 [STATUS]Provisioning...
2010/09/10 07:47:25 [STATUS]Tunnel is connected successfully.
2010/09/10 07:47:25 [STATUS]Verifying Network...
2010/09/10 07:47:29 [WARNING]Failed to ping the remote VPN Router!
2010/09/10 07:47:30 [WARNING]Failed to ping the remote VPN Router!
2010/09/10 07:47:31 [WARNING]Failed to ping the remote VPN Router!
2010/09/10 07:47:32 [WARNING]Failed to ping the remote VPN Router!
2010/09/10 07:47:33 [WARNING]Failed to ping the remote VPN Router!
2010/09/10 07:47:34 [WARNING]Ping was blocked, which can be caused by an unexpected disconnect.
2010/09/10 07:47:37 [STATUS]Disconnecting...
What am I doing wrong. I have done some research on the web and see this as a common problem, but have not seen a resolution. Some believe that port 500 is being blocked, but I am currently connected directly to the WAN1 port from my PC. Again PPTP works in this configuration, but not QuickVPN.
Do you have "Block WAN Request" under the Firewall settings of the Router disabled? If not please disable this option
and give QPVN a try again.