I am trying to configure remote workers to access printers, file servers, mail servers and RDP servers on my LAN.
From a remote Windows7 client I can connect over the Internet using either Cisco QuickVPN or Windows VPN client. I can succesfully ping the RV110W from the client PC over the Internet and can connect to RDP servers on the LAN using their local IP address over the Internet. However, I cannot ping any of the (file) servers on my Lan using their local IP addresses, browse the LAN or access any resources on the LAN using either local IP addresses or computer names from the remote client. All computers are running Win 7 Pro or Ultimate. I have temporarily dissabled the RV110W firewall and the results are the same. The RV110W is connected to the Internet through a DMZ port on a Edimax router.
When connected, the client can only see machines on its own LAN when browsing with Windows Explorer.
The RV100W's address on the LAN is 10.6 204.1.
The Server's addresses on the LAN are 10.6.204.2 and 10.6.204.3
When connected using the Windows client, the remote client acquires 10.0.0.10.
I haven't figured out how to get the address of the remote client when using QuickVPN.
The DNS server of the remote client is 192,168.2.1 - which is the address on the WAN side of the RV110W.