I have two WRVS4400N routers at geographically separate locations and am experiencing difficulties with the VPN tunnel between them. The tunnel shows as "UP", but I am able to access remote devices only by IP address - devices at either location are unable to access SMB/CIFS/AFP shares. (Suggesting NetBios is not being broadcast?) I've tried selecting the "disable" radio button for "Firewall", as well as the "Block LAN requests" one.
The IPSec VPN settings are as follows:
Local Group Setup
Local Security Gateway Type:
Local Security Group Type:
Remote Group Setup
Remote Security Gateway Type:
Remote Security Group Type:
Perfect Forward Secrecy:
x Aggressive Mode
x NetBios Broadcast
And of course, the "remote" end has the corresponding settings, with the "Local" and "Remote" information swapped. I've tried "Aggressive Mode" on and off at both ends, but it doesn't seem to make any difference. Any brilliant ideas?
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