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Cisco RV042 not as default gateway

I have RV042 on my remote network, i have problems with VPN connection ,  user can connect to RV042 but only inside IPs that can ping from vpn user.

Is it any  way to make the traffic from Rv042 will back to RV042 . maybe with nat.. in example below 192.168.5.100  is my lan IP from my DSL dhcp, and 172.27.0.20 ip on remote, traffic not back to my pc/vpn client, what i want is to translate 192.168.5.100 to RV042 LAN ip address

1485: ICMP echo request (len 32 id 256 seq 29) 192.168.5.100 > 172.27.0.20

1486: ICMP echo reply (len 32 id 256 seq 29) 172.27.0.9 > 192.168.5.100

1487: ICMP echo request (len 32 id 256 seq 30) 192.168.5.100 > 172.27.0.20

1488: ICMP echo reply (len 32 id 256 seq 30) 172.27.0.9 > 192.168.5.100

1489: ICMP echo request (len 32 id 256 seq 31) 192.168.5.100 > 172.27.0.20

1490: ICMP echo reply (len 32 id 256 seq 31) 172.27.0.9 > 192.168.5.100

1491: ICMP echo request (len 32 id 256 seq 32) 192.168.5.100 > 172.27.0.20

1492: ICMP echo reply (len 32 id 256 seq 32) 172.27.0.9 > 192.168.5.100

1493: ICMP echo request (len 32 id 256 seq 33) 192.168.5.100 > 172.27.0.20

1494: ICMP echo reply (len 32 id 256 seq 33) 172.27.0.9 > 192.168.5.100

1495: ICMP echo request (len 32 id 256 seq 34) 192.168.5.100 > 172.27.0.20

1496: ICMP echo reply (len 32 id 256 seq 34) 172.27.0.9 > 192.168.5.100

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New Member

Cisco RV042 not as default gateway

First question would be what type of vpn connection are you using to RV042? Next you said the RV042 isn't your default gateway , well the traffic most likely is getting into your network but doesn't know how to route back. Generally would ask for a topology if you have one so please repost, but going to take a guess at it... I have seen many try and put another router in the mix to supply remote access. Now depending on where the router is in your topology; this could be accomplish but the all computers within the local network will need to have static ip address to route back to the RV042 since it'  not your default gateway.

Again i just gussing since i don't have a topology view!

Please give as much detail as possible.

Jasbryan

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Cisco RV042 not as default gateway

My goal is i want to be able to access any device behind 192.168.0.0/24 -192.168.3.0/24, i don't have authorization to modify any device behind the router so i only manage the vpn router.

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Cisco RV042 not as default gateway

Arif,

First question is what kind of VPN? QuickVPN, IPSec VPN, etc.?

Is this the whole topology? is the default gateway for the 1.0 - 3.0 the 0.1 router? What is the Default Gateway for the PE router? Is it the rv042? then you should be able too as long as there is a route.

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Randy Manthey

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