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192.168.1.101 private network > connect to VPN RV082 Linksys ; has 10.3.1.0 network ; Then, VPN gw-2-gw tunnel to another office, a Sonicwall 2040 ; tunnel works fine, has been up for 3 months ; private 10.2.1.0 network.
The resources from the 10.3.1.0 and 10.2.1.0 networks can see each other just fine.
Here is my issue:
When connected to the RV082 via VPN (using the QuickVPN client) I can access the 10.3.1.0 network just fine. Works as expected.
I can't, however, access the resources across the gw-2-gw VPN tunnel, none of the 10.2.1.0 resources are available to me.
What should the routing table on the RV082 look like?
Should I add a static route on my 192.168. private network? If so, what would the route statement look like?
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non public ips mean the 192.168.x.x. addresses you are referring to ... since they form a virtual private network it is normal .. see if ping protocol is disabled ..the other router just discarding the ping packets... you may have to check the route a packet is taking without VPN ...it can be complex without a network diagram.
the best thing to do here is have a firmware upgrade which can be downloaded from the Linksys site. Base from experience (we have been using a lot of linksys products and currently we are using an RV016), these lock-up problems are caused by firmware problems and can be solved by firmware upgrade.