Hi Nathan, the PPTP client would have to connect within the same subnet as the allowed connection through the tunnel and share the same LAN gateway as the connected clients of the local router. I do not believe this is supported.
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Hi nathan, i 've done a similar expeirement with an ISA550 and rv180 with a full site to site tunnel. Within that tunnel i was able to pass through PPTP and SSL VPN users. Your case is a little different, but we could try to create a ipsec policy that identies itself to the site to site tunnel and getting those PPTP VPN users go through that tunnel. If you like navigate to VPN>>IPSEC POLICIES>>VPN POLICIES TABLE. local address will be 192.168.10.0 and remote will be the WAN of the 1st router RV220W #1. If the pings dont go through the tunnel then try opening the gui of RV220 #1(192.168.1.1) and RV220 #2 (192.168.3.1). This will show your tunnel is getting through as well.
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