We have two RV042 configured for gateway to gateway VPN but cannot get any pings across. I have been doing these for years but something is wrong here. The same RV042 here has a working VPN to another RV042. The working one is No. 1 in the screen capture. When pinging I get "Reply from 192.168.7.1: Destination host unreachable" even if I ping 192.168.8.1 (the other router). The site at 192.168.8.0 was supported by a T-1 which went down this morning but I have the old routers off, repaired any fixed routes and restarted applicable boxes. Any suggestions? I did update the firmware on this end to match the one at .8.1.
If you upgraded the firmware on one of the devices, did you do a factory reset and either manually configure the device or reload the configurations to the device? If not, i would try that. I have always had it as best practice, after performing a firmware upgrade to do a factory reset and reload of the configurations. Have you been able to ping anything on the local lan?
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