I used to have a Netgear Prosafe 318 conncted to a Netgear Prosafe 336G in a small office environment across the WAN between two offices, IPsec preshared key. The 318 took a dive so I decided to upgrade to a new Cisco RV180 VPN router. I set up the VPN access rules exactly the same and forklift upgraded the Prosafe 318 (same IP, same rules, same pre-shared key, IKE setup etc) and the VPN tunnel comes up fine.
However, even though the VPN tunnel says connected and I have no problems pinging anything across IPsec between subnets I cannot seem to connect to anything from the cisco side.
From the Netgear side I can connect to anything on the cisco subnet (192.168.0.1 / 255.255.255.0) but from the cisco side anything I try and connect to on the netgear side (172.16.0.1 / 255.255.255.128) times out.
Encryption AES-128 (although also tried 3des), Sha-1 SA-lifetime is 3600 seconds, PFS key group enabled DH-group2 (although also tried group1)
IKE policy direction Both, identifier FQDN (both sides), Preshared key SA-lifetime 28800 seconds.
Firmware is updated on both the netgear and the RV180 to latest version (188.8.131.52 on RV180).
Like I said from Netgear to Cisco through VPN tunnel everything works fine...from Cisco to Netgear everything times out.
Is there something that I am missing on the cisco side that would make this work?
Right now pretty much all firewall rules are default, but I tried multiple different settings to no avail.
Any help at all or things I can try would be appreciated.
Okay, since I had no answers yet, I have a bit more information:
I can remote desktop across the VPN fine. I cannot however access any web services for administration of any devices, nor can I map drives (actually, not quite true...I can map a drive but I cannot access the mapped drive....it times out).
Remote desktop is very fast connecting across the VPN, and when I am on the netgear side I can transfer files back and forth and get about 1mb speed across a 10mb line which sounds about right for an AES-128 or 3DES connection.
So it doesn't appear to be a speed issue across the VPN.
Are there additional access rules that are required for shares to work across on the cisco?
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