RV042 (linksys firmware) VPN and static route problem
I have a basic RV042 setup where 2 RV042's have their own Internet connection and have 1 vpn tunnel to link the 2 LAN's together. All LAN-LAN traffic directly connected works fine.
The problem is that in Site A there are multiple remotes from a carrier MPLS and that MPLS router is configured to point to Site B for any Site B host. Pings from remote hosts in MPLS, through Site A are successful to Site B.
However, pings from Site B to those remotes does not work. The RV042 doesn't seem to recognize the static routes I have entered and is sending the remote traffic to the Internet, not the VPN tunnel.
I've noticed in the Site B RV042 (which is Linksys version) the static routes don't show up in the routing table.
Site A is a Cisco RV042 and I tested some static routes and they all show up in the routing table correctly.
Is there an issue with Linksys firmware/software and static routes? I have followed all configuration info (disable DHCP, etc) and no work.
Are both devices run with same firmware version, if not, try to update device B with same firmware version of device A, however the issue is a bit odd because if pings from site A to site B are successful that would mean the device B knows how to get back to device A, so pings initiated from site B to A should work. If you try to issue a trace from a host in site B to a host in site A, what path it takes?
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