I set up a site-to-site VPN using two RV042s some time ago. One was behind a NATting router. The other was the internet interface itself.
Somewhere I had found a paper describing how to do this. It said that only ONE of them could be behind another NATting router. So, that's how this was set up. I sure wish I could find that paper again!!! Any suggestions?
Now I have to do the same thing again but can't get it working. It looks like this:
RV042 VPN public address <> cable modem <> internet <> RV042 "firewall" with IPSEC passthrough enabled <> interim subnet LAN <> RV042 VPN <> LAN
I'm getting log messages and on the remote site log (the left side of the above) like:
initial Aggressive Mode packet claiming to be from [xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx] on [same] but no connection has been authorized
No suitable connection for peer '10.98.76.2', Please check Phase 1 ID value
(where 10.98.76.2 is the IP address of the RV042 WAN port on the interim subnet)
I have them both in Aggressive mode as eventually I'll be using a dyndns url. But, for now, I'm using the actual IP addresses so that should not be an issue one way or the other..
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