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Static routing

Hello

I have a small problem. I'd like to see DVR Surveillance. The DVR is behind the VPN Client. Howto add static routing if i see it.

192.168.10.100 See the DVR


192.168.1.49 Gateway to the DVR


192.168.1.50 DVR

Pls see the diagramm

Thanks

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Re: Static routing

Hi Mate,

There is no need to have a Static route to get to the DVR.

The VPN Local and remote security group specify almost a filter or selector list.

Within the RV081, if your local security group is 192.168.1.0/24  and the remote security group is 192.168.10.0/24  then a packet will be IPSec'd and sent over to the remote security gateway.  My only questions are;

1. Is there another RV082 at the remote end of the Link

2.  Does the DVR has a gateway address of a PC at 192.168.10.49.

3.  is this the management interface with GUI management screen  for the DVR ?

If you are directly trying to get to the DVR at 192.168.10.100 , it will send any response to 192.168.10.49 and not the remote PC.

This could be the cause of your issue.

regards Dave

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Re: Static routing

Hi

I'd like see DVR from central office over VPN connection. The ping from the central office LAN to VPN client PC is OK, but i think need static route in RV 082,if i get to DVR over the VPN client. The VPN client PC is enable IP Routing.

Pls check the attachment.

Re: Static routing

Hi Mate,

I have to humbly disagree with the need of the static route.  The VPN  option remote security policy in the RV082 VPN client should cover the subnet 192.168.1.0.  So any attempt to get to 192.168.1.100 would be IPsec'd and sent to the client site.  One thing that I'm sure about is the WRT542G at the client office.  I am unfamiliar with that product.

I am guessing that you have a IPSEC VPN tunnel between the HQ and client routers and this link is nice and stable ? 

If this is the case, you really need a static route in the DVR that says , if a packet comes in from the 192.168.10.0 network send it back via the Gateway at IP address 192.168.1.1

If it were a windows machine I would add the following into the DVR  route add -p  192.168.10.0 mask 255.255.255.0 192.168.1.1


If that client PC is VPNing into the rv082, I can't see how you will have a workable solution.

So what is the point in having a static route in the RV082 what really will it point to a Client VPN PC.. The RV082 can't do that.

I really hope you have a IPsec VPN tunnel from the WRT542G (what ever that is)  to the RV082, or someone else will have to help you.

regards Dave

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