Could someone help me with the configuration for a site-to-site VPN tunnel between an RV180 and RVS4000?
I am pretty sure these two devices should be able to establish a VPN tunnel between each other, but I cannot seem to get it working. I have configured what is labeled as the Phase 2 IPSec Setup on the RVS4000 as a new IKE policy on the RV180. I have configured what is labeled as the Phase 1 IPSec Setup on the RVS4000 as VPN policy that uses the IKE policy, but no connection. Is this the correct way to think about it? Are there other considerations? Are there any gotch'yas?
Here's a couple of notes regarding my setup:
- Main office upgraded to RV180 (upgraded to get faster NAT throughput)
- Remote offices still run RVS4000's
- RVS4000 at main to remote RVS4000's site-to-site VPN has been working perfectly for years
- WAN connection is by domain name, not IP address (dyndns in use)
I took a look at those example, but could not find one for the RV180. Did I miss it?
The net-net is that I am hoping to find a working example that shows how to configure the RV180 to open a site-to-site VPN tunnel with a RVS4000. Has anyone been able to get this to work. I'll keep trying different configuration, including Aggressive mode, but hope that someone out there has already figured this out since the configuration pages in the RV180 are vastly different from the RVS4000.
I am having the same problem with an RV180 to RV042v3, will not work. the RV180 does hold tunnels with two RV042v1's and an old Zywall 2, but will not establish with an RV042v3. Latest firmware on both. Thanks!!!
I did contact cisco support and got my issue (quasi-)resolved. The issue, as it was explained to me, is that the RV180 does not handle different authentication schemes in each phase very well. And specifically, it does not handle SHA1 very well.
Based on support's advice, I switched to MD5 for both phases and the RV180-to-RVS4000 site-to-site VPN tunnel established with no problems. In fact, I updated all my RVS4000-to-RVS4000 site-to-site VPN tunnels, as well, to the same (MD5 in both phases) and those VPN tunnels actually became more stable than before (I was having disconnect issues that have now disappeared).
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