I believe cchamor is correct, if you would use the QuickVPN client which is available free to dowload from our Cisco website you could stablish a VPN connection from anywhere as long as you have access to the internet and the client software installed and properly configured. The gateway to gateway tunnel option works best when a tunnel needs to be consistently up in a home/office enviroment and usually requires admin rights on every border router one either locations
in order to configure them accordingly for the tunnel to successfully stablish. If that is the case our devices can handle multiple gateway to gateway tunnels at once but it is best to configure them with exact ip addressess or if your problem roots at the fact the your internet provider consistently changes your public IP address then consider registering for a DynDNS configuration for stability and reliability that way your tunnels will not collapse even if their ip dynamically change.
I am trying to use QVPN client, but still can't get the RVS4000 config right. How do I set up a
Server to QVPN Client in the IPSec VPN configuration? What do I put in for the Remote Group Setup, Remote Security Group Type: I don't see any way to leave it open for any incoming IP which has the QVPN Client properly confiured
Configuing a site-to-site tunnel with ANY Remote Gateway Type and ANY Remote Group Type is considered not secure, so this is not supported in the Small Business routers. You can configure up to 5 site-to-site tunnels with known remote subnets.
Hi every one!!!When you are configuring a remote VPN connection, there
are some steps that are lost on the path. Here you can see those steps.
A) In your Cisco device: 1. Ensure you don´t have any rule denying the
traffic between the device and the remote...
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