I have few Linksys RV042s connecting to Cisco ASA unit.
Location A - Cisco ASA - 192.168.10.0/24 Location B - RV042 - 192.168.20.0/24
Location C - RV042 - 192.168.30.0/24
Loc B and C connect to Loc A through VPN. Loc B and C - no VPN is required
Loc A accept VPN traffic from Loc B subnet 10.10.10.4/30 (10.10.10.5 & 10.10.10.6 hosts only)
Loc A accept VPN traffic from Loc C subnet 10.10.10.8/30 (10.10.10.9 & 10.10.10.10 hosts only)
So all my 192.168.20.0 and 30.0 traffic should be natted to 10.10.10.4/30 and .8/30 networks. But I do not see any option to nat between private networks on RV042.(192.168.20.0 --> 10.10.10.0). So I was wondering if I can make the above configuration work. If not what would be best way to configure this?
First of all try checking the firmware of the router if its not latest try upgrading the firmware of the router & then reset the router to factory defaults & do a complete network power cycle & then setup a network by disabling the firewalls & also check that you you are able to ping the ip address of each pc from another.
Any update on this, is the issue resolved? I need to setup a VPN b/t an RV042 and ASA5510 and would very much appreciate a quick how-to guide, using the ASDM if that's how you did it, or the CLI commands.
It helps a lot, thanks much ... and here's a possibly witless followup question that reflects my newbie status ....
Once the tunnel is up, I would presume all I'd need to talk from end to end (local to the asa lan to remote rv042 lan) would be a route to the remote lan. What address do I use for a gw? the inside int address on the asa?