WRVS4400N - Local Security Gateway Type - problems
I've setup several VPN gateways and one Cisco gateway to our Juniper SSG140 with no issues, until today. We purchased a WRVS4400N and I'm trying to configure it to connect to our Juniper firewall, as a "dial-up" connection. I can get it to work if I set the "Local Security Gateway Type:" to "IP ONLY", but when I change it to "IP + Domain Name (FQDN) Authentication" it fails with the Cisco router not sending ANY IPSEC messages on the Cisco or Juniper, not even error messages. The last line of the VPN log says "Initiating Agressive Mode #1, connection" and nothing changes even after hitting the "Connect" button on the Cisco router.
The VPN router is Version 2, with firmware 2.0.8 loaded. Not sure if I have a bad Cisco wireless router, or this is by design.
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