I attach the config (we are in testing phase now, so no public IP are used anyway.).
I have now updated the firmware to the version you provided.
The result is the same:
When I try to create a new VPN tunnel 2 in site A with remote subnet = 10.31.0.0/24 (i.e. the same as the one used in tunnel 1), then I get an error message when saving the config: “(10.31.0.0) is conflicting with tunnel 1. Please change it!”.
Can I avoid that error somehow, or more generally how can I implement the setup I need without using a third RV320!?
Re: RV320: Cannot access several subnet through VPN
Did you ever get a solution to this problem? I'm having the same issue with an RV320. FW 1.3.2.02.
I have a remote site with two IP networks - 172.30.35.128/26 and 172.30.28.208/28
My main site uses 172.17.0.0/16.
I set one tunnel up between Local 172.30.35.128/26<->Remote 172.17.0.0/16.
That tunnel works perfectly.
When I try to add a new tunnel between Local 172.30.28.208/28<->Remote 172.17.0.0/16, I get an error that 172.17.0.0 is conflicting with tunnel 1.
I'm almost certain this is an error in the error-checking code in the GUI. I have two RV220Ws set up at two other remote sites that are configured this way and have no issues with them. I only bought the 320 because I could no longer find the 220. I had high hopes that a fix would have been released by now as I have not been able to find or develop a work around. Any help will be appreciated.
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