I have a Cisco RV042 router connected to a 2 Wire 3801HGV router using ATT's U-verse.
The router is configured as a pass-through and is working fine as far as the ethernet connections go. However. to avoid conflicts, I had to change Cisco's Dynamic IP ranges from 192.168.1.XXX to 192.168.2.XXX.
The problem I am having is that when connecting to the 2 Wire router by wireless, the IP addresses of the connected PC is 192.168.1.XXX; ie: it is like the PC is in another network and can not reach the Cisco router.
I am using Microsoft VPN and I have tried several configurations. Seems that the request is bouncing back from the 2 Wire and not touchig Cisco. Cisco's logs are clear.
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