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RVS4000 / WRVS4400 VPN routing question.

I'd like to simplify my setup a little bit, but unfortunately I'm not sure how to do this.

I have a triangle of CSB RVS devices, 2 RVS4000, 1 WRVS4400

each router has a gateway to gateway VPN with the other 2,  so from any of the 3 sites, you can access the resources on the other 2. 

It also works well, that if for some reason one of the VPN legs goes down, it routes through the other router.  atleast It appears to work that way when tested.

Now, Enter my problem.  I have 2 laptops that go around,  Mine and one at the office.  If either of these are off site and connect to any of the routers through the QuickVPN client.  they can only see the resources on the router they connect to.

How would I be able to connect in to 1 router, and be able to access resources on the other VPN'ed routers?

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RVS4000 / WRVS4400 VPN routing question.

It is not so much a problem on the router as it is on the QuickVPN. When you are going to an IP address that is not on the local network of the router, the QuickVPN does not handle it and it the request is sent out to the internet.

The only way to gain access to the other site and the resources there would be to disconnect from the first router and connect to the other.

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RVS4000 / WRVS4400 VPN routing question.

Hello Paul

Unfortunately when using the QuickVPN, you will only have access to that router's main subnet.

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RVS4000 / WRVS4400 VPN routing question.

Would it be possible to add a specific route to a few individual servers? and not every resource?

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RVS4000 / WRVS4400 VPN routing question.

It is not so much a problem on the router as it is on the QuickVPN. When you are going to an IP address that is not on the local network of the router, the QuickVPN does not handle it and it the request is sent out to the internet.

The only way to gain access to the other site and the resources there would be to disconnect from the first router and connect to the other.

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RVS4000 / WRVS4400 VPN routing question.

Nuts,  Thanks very much for your quick response on this. 

Seems I am doing it the best way possible for the time being.

I'll be looking forward to this working in the next release.

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