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jdimpas
Posts: 14
Registered: ‎09-23-2007

How to configure VPN (RV082)

Hello Guys,
 
Actually I'm new with this VPN router (RV082) and it's my first time to setup this system. I wanted to have this kind of setup:
 
Home User(VPN client software) -->internet---->VPN tunnel --> Office network (VPN router).
 
Can you help me out with the router configuration on the VPN side of it? Internet configuration is already done and its working.
 
I would appreciate you help. Thanks
 
ridcully
Posts: 2,329
Registered: ‎09-07-2006

Re: How to configure VPN (RV082)

hi... logon to the router's setup page click on the VPN >> VPN client access >> create a username and password and use the same username and password for the VPN client software to connect to the VPN tunnel..
jdimpas
Posts: 14
Registered: ‎09-23-2007

Re: How to configure VPN (RV082)

Can you help me with the working configuration on this tab?
 
Client to Gateway..
 
Tunnel (selected)
Tunnel: 1
Tunnel Name: officenetwork
Interface: WAN1
Enable: (check)
 
Local Security Gateway Type: ??
IP address: ??
Local Security Group Type: ??
IP address: ???
Subnet Mask: ???
 
 
Remote Client: ??
IP Address: ???
 
Keying Mode: ??
Phase 1 DH Group: ??
Phase1 Encryption: ??
Phase 1 Authentication: ??
Phase 1 SA Life Time: ??
Perfect Forward Secrecy: check
Phase 2 DH Group: ??
Phase2 Encryption:???
Phase 2 Authentication: ??
Phase2 SA Life Time: ??
Preshared Key: 1234
 
Advanced:
 
Aggressive Mode: ??
Compress: ??
Keep-Alive: ??
AH Hash Algorithm: ??
NetBIOS broadcast: ??
Dead Peer Detection interval: ??
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
jdimpas
Posts: 14
Registered: ‎09-23-2007

Re: How to configure VPN (RV082)

More Information on my router:
 
Linksys 8-Port VPN Router RV082
Firmware Version: 1.3.2
Ikester
Posts: 1,290
Registered: ‎10-02-2006

Re: How to configure VPN (RV082)

First you have to make sure under your firewall tab the Block WAN Requests is disabled.  Then under the VPN tab enable PPTP server and what ever pass through is enabled.  Then create a tunnel under the client to gateway>local group setup then set up VPN client access for your users.  I have the same router and firmware and it works for me.  Make sure when you set up your QuickVPN software you have the correct user/password and WAN IP address to your router.
Richard Aichner (Ikester)
jdimpas
Posts: 14
Registered: ‎09-23-2007

Re: How to configure VPN (RV082)

Thanks for the reply.
 
Can you give the working configuration on the Client to Gateway configuration?
I already did the instruction you've said.. to disable block WAN request, Enable all VPN Pass through, Enabled PPTP, already created VPN client access..
 
Please! Help me with the detailed configuration on this tab (Client to Gateway)
jdimpas
Posts: 14
Registered: ‎09-23-2007

Re: How to configure VPN (RV082)

Further information on my system:
 
I used 192.168.1.1 on my router address..
On my WAN1 I used PPPoE for my internet and its working fine...
DHCP Server is enabled.. with this range 192.168.1.100 till 200
 
Firewall Tab:... Firewall is enabled, SPI is enabled, DOS is enabled, Block WAN request is disabled, Remote management is enabled, HTTPS is enabled, Multicast pass through is enabled, MTU is enabled,
 
Access to HTTP Proxy server is checked..
 
In VPN tab:
PPTP server is enabled..
Range start to 192.168.1.201 till 205
 
with test user added..
jdimpas
Posts: 14
Registered: ‎09-23-2007

Re: How to configure VPN (RV082)

I did what you have said.. but when try to connect using a QuickVPN software it says " QuickVPN connection Failed to establish a connection "..
jdimpas
Posts: 14
Registered: ‎09-23-2007

Re: How to configure VPN (RV082)

I need your expertise! Thanks
ridcully
Posts: 2,329
Registered: ‎09-07-2006

Re: How to configure VPN (RV082)

make sure that the router has the latest firmware and the latest Quick VPN is installed on the client computer .. change the MTU size on the router to 1458 .. the firewall on the client computer should be disabled ... and the VPN passthrough should be enabled on the client-end router ..