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RV220W: Portforwarding collides with IPSec


I have a setup with 2 RV220W at 2 locations.Both with the latest Firmware ( I configured portforwarding for RDP at one site. Works perfekt. I also configured an IPSec VPN between the 2 sites. Works too.

Configuration overview:


- IPSec VPN to site_2


- IPSec VPN to site_1

- Port forwarding for RDP to a local server (server_2)

My first problem is that i can ping server_2 through the VPN from a pc within site_1 but i can not access this server via RDP. As soon as i disable the Portforwarding for RDP at site_2, RDP via VPN works!

I assume, that the RV220W mixes up portforwarding and VPN.

I tried to set up an additional firewall rule at site_2 allowing the traffic between the local networks of both sites without restrictions and place this rule at toe top.

But here is my second problem: I can not add any destination network to the firewall settings (firewall-->access rules). I only allows me to define a host to redirect the traffic to.

Are there solutions to this problem?

Kind regards


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RV220W: Portforwarding collides with IPSec

I am having this same issue. Were you ever able to find a resolution?

RV220W: Portforwarding collides with IPSec

Have you tried the latest firmware?

The release note of firmware shows a similar issue was resolved with firmware

CSCtw50531: Fixed an issue in which an IPSec VPN peer could not access

the web configuration utility if port 80 was forwarded.

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RV220W: Portforwarding collides with IPSec

I am running the new firware and still experiancing the same issue reported above.

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