The local router is behind a fiber firewall/router; the rvs4000's ext ip is thus 192.168.1.2, not visible from the net. The firewall/router is a dyn ip, with a dyn dns name mapping to it. The remote (some NetGear thing) is also dyn dns, but it is not behind a firewall.
I want to cook a vpn from the local lan subnet to the remote lan subnet.
It worked fine when both ends were NetGear.
I think it would be ok if somehow I could thell the rvs4000 that the local Security Gateway Type be just FQDN; it can't be IP+FQDN because the remote end doesn't know anything about that kind of thing; it can do IP or FQDN or a couple other confusing things.
It could be IP Only, if I had some way to tell it something other than the routable address.
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