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Setting a VPN with two RVS4000

Hello friends;


Could someone refer or recommend any guide that explains how to configure a VPN with two RVS4000?

Tanks in advance.

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Re: Setting a VPN with two RVS4000

Hello Federico

That link appears broken. Do you have an alternative?

Thanks

Actually I have a problem that I am seeking help on.

Attached is a schematic of the implementation we have.
IPSec VPN is running successfully.
The issue is that we want to access the CRM service and the Exchange via HTTPS from the internet.
The firewall in the RVS4000 at Station A has been configured to allow HTTPS (port 443) traffic to 192.168.8.200 (Exchange) but when attempting to bind the same port 443 to .8.202 ffor CRM traffic the RVS4000 refuses to accept the config. I cant find anywhere to tweak the settings to accept the configuration of multiple services on port 443.
I have sending CRM traffic to station B and set the router's to forward https traffic to 192.168.8.202, again the RVS4000 at station B cannot ping the machines in the .8.0 subnet. A traceroute shows that it is forwarding all packets via the ISP's interface (even for packets to 192.168.8.0. I attempted a static route and it just wouldnt accept it's interface as the default gateway.
Please do you have any ideas?.
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