Thanks Marty, that really help me a lot! The tunnel now connects, but I get no traffic. I look in the IPsec and VPN connection status of the router but I get 0 results found.
I also play a bit with the encription settings on the client and the router, but the tunnel always connnects, even if they totally dismatch.
I tried version 2.2.1 and 2.2.2 with the same results. A pc with win xp and win 7 32. Connecting through a router or directly through the modem. In any case I get the same results, connects, but I can't ping nor access the remote network.
From a remote location a can ping the router through a dns name provided by noip since I have a dinamic ip, on both ends. Both subnets are different, one is 192.168.5.1 and the remote one is 192.168.1.1.
If I put a dns of 18.104.22.168 on the client I can surf the web normally but I can´t ping my remote network. If I put my server dns, I can´t do anything.
I could figure it out in the end. I was using the first link guide, but I specified a subnet, just following the guide, when the correct setting was "any" for local and remote, in the vpn policy on the router side. So the client was connecting but to a different subnet or conflicting with it.... Once I changed that, the client connects and now I can ping the other pcs in the remote network with ip and dns name, provided by my server.
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