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RVS4000 end HideMyAss

Hello everyone

This is the first time I use this space

I'm not "expert" network and I use Google translate and I speak only French.

So my problem: I have an account and would like HideMyAss configure the RVS4000 for all the network behind the RVS4000 is hidden. I tried many things, but I do not. Is it possible to do and could someone help me?

Thank you in advance.

Sincerely,

É.M.

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RVS4000 end HideMyAss

I am thinking you want to set up a site to site vpn to HMA. 

looking here

http://www.hidemyass.com/vpn/software/routers/

it seems they support connectivity to routers.

The rvs4000 is not on their list, but should work.  The rvs4000 will only do gateway to gateway, not client to gateway

You should be able to take the vpn configuration from HMA (endpoints, network list, Diffie helman group, sa lifetime, authentication, etc) and create a tunnel.

What does HMA say?  I noticed they have chat support...

or post here

http://forum.hidemyass.com/index.php/topic/6945-please-help-creating-list-of-supported-routers/?hl=cisco#entry26403

Dan

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RVS4000 end HideMyAss

Hello

I browsed the forums HideMyAss in every way and I have not found an answer.

I contacted support and HideMyAss response here:

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Thank you for your email.

Unfortunately it seems to be impossible to set up a VPN connection on Cisco RVS4000 for our service.

PPTP/L2TP setup on RVS4000 requires you to have static IP address provided by VPN server, while our VPN servers are assigning IP addresses dynamically.

Could you please tell me why do you need to configure a VPN connection on your router?

Do you have some other router you could use with our VPN service?

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I do not have enough knowledge to get to solve this problem alone.

If someone has an idea ...

Thank you in advance.

Sincerely,

EM

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RVS4000 end HideMyAss

There aren't any Cisco small business routers that will be a pptp client.

The ISA will be a IPSEC vpn client, and nat the network(s) behind.

I would suggest

-reach out to HMA and find out what router they do support or,

-find another proxy service that does support ipsec vpn.  or

-put a client on each pc.

Bronze

RVS4000 end HideMyAss

Does the RVS4000 support NAT-T and Aggressive mode?  I know Netgear routers can do this pretty easily while the Cisco's did need static IPs back in the v1 and v2 firmware rv016 to work properly.

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