I have bought RV042 to use as a router between telecom provider(MPLS network) and DMZ (at the end of DMZ is router, lets call him N51).
In my intention traffic from DMZ to MPLS should be send via RV042, because I need to be identified by static IP address in MPLS network. My network specialist (which is not available anymore) told me that what ever comes in on N51 then it goes out. I can’t setup anything on N51 (it’s forbidden due to Security issue). So I thought that I put between MPLS and N51 a single router RV042. Outside interface of RV042 is setup as it should be with the static IP address (10.99.236.35) delivered by MPLS provider. When I connect PC to RV042 I’m able to logon to my services. Unfortunately when I connect N51 it doesn’t work because outside interface of N51 only send traffic. It will not ask RV042 for IP address and then traffic will not go through.
Is there any chance to setup on RV042 that whatever appear on LAN interface will be pass through to WAN ?
I tried to save some money and buy simple router. Maybe it was my mistake.
Hello, This article will describe how to configure PPTP VPN on the new
RV340/345 routers from the Small Business series. RV340/345
Configuration The first step is to enable the PPTP Server: Go to VPN ->
PPTP Server Change PPTP Server: from Off to On Selec...
Article ID:5748 Use TheGreenBow VPN Client to Connect with RV34x Series
Router Introduction A Virtual Private Network (VPN) connection allows
users to access, send, and receive data to and from a private network by
means of going through a public or share...
Article ID:5728 Configure a Teleworker VPN Client on the RV34x Series
Router Objective The Teleworker VPN Client feature minimizes the
configuration requirements at remote locations by allowing the device to
work as a Cisco VPN hardware client. When the T...