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Setting Up the VPN Between 2 1721 Routers

Hello,

I have 2 routers that I am trying to setup the VPN between. At location a, I have a t1 line that is setup and running properly. At location b I have a satellite system setup. I think that this is where the problem stems from. Then actual external IP address on the router is 10.240.103.5, and that allows it to connect to the Satellite providor. Now the problem I think is that the real ip is a 64.x.x.x address that is a real world IP, but when I am connecting the two together, it is not working. Can anyone add some input to this?

Nate Landrum

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Fusion-Networks

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Re: Setting Up the VPN Between 2 1721 Routers

For the site B, you need a real ip address in the outside interface as well.

Even not. Make sure your Satellite provider doing one to one static tranlsation for your Router B outside interface ip address. Make sure that they have opened UDP 500, protocol 50 (ESP) and 51 (AH).

I assume that 10.240.103.5 is translated to 200.200.200.200, another end is 100.100.100.100, so the cypto map peer and isakmp peer will be 200.200.200.200 and 100.100.100.100

It should be working fine.

Best Regards,

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