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WAN with PPTP on RV082

Hi!

I have 2 WAN connections, both with pptp connection.

Linksys RV082

Firmware version :    2.0.0.19-tm (Feb 20 2009 15:15:20)
CPU :    Intel IXP425-533DRAM :    32MFlash :    16M


rv082 don't connect to vpn servers (windows 2003 based), systemlog looks like:

Aug 25 17:10:23 2009    System Log   [ppp200] : Connection down !
Aug 25 17:10:23 2009    System Log   [ppp200] : ip 192.168.0.79 mask 255.255.255.255 remote 192.168.0.77 gateway 192.168.0.77 flag 0x10 metric 40 mtu 1400 dns1 192.168.0.11 dns2 0.0.0.0
Aug 25 17:10:23 2009    System Log   [ppp200] : Connection up !


does it normally?

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New Member

Re: WAN with PPTP on RV082

What are you trying to accomplish? Are you trying to use Quick VPN client and 2 wan connections? Are your 2 wan connections working as the pptp server, or are they acting more like IPSEC tunnels to other routers? Need more details about your setup and needs.

Bill

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Re: WAN with PPTP on RV082

I try to connect to ISP, which require pptp connection through WAN link to his VPN server.

rv082 break connection  immediately as I wrote, but if I replace rv082 with PC, it hold connection with the same settings.

picture attached.

New Member

Re: WAN with PPTP on RV082

What is the service (cable, dsl, etc.) on the pptp connection side? This sounds like it could be an mtu issue.

New Member

Re: WAN with PPTP on RV082

100Mbit ethernet:

VPN server -> ethernet switch->WAN port RV082

i try manual 1300, 1400,1500 MTU, auto MTU - same results

New Member

Re: WAN with PPTP on RV082

I do not have the equipment necessary to replicate your issue. The only recommendation I can make is to contact the small business support center for your country and do some troubleshooting with an STAC engineer. You can find the number here.

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/support/tsd_cisco_small_business_support_center_contacts.html

You will need the model and serial number when you call.

Good Luck,

Bill

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