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#1 RandomUser


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Posted 01 December 2008 - 01:48 AM

I want to know if it's possible to have the following setup and be able to VPN From WGR614v7 to and FVS114 Via the Soft Client from netgear.

Here goes,

Netgear WGR614v7 Set up as the Gateway/Primary Router,and Netgear FVS114 as a secondary Gateway behind the WGR614v7
and use it almost like a VLAN, noting that this is NOT a real VLAN. (maybe more accurately stated; Two networks using RIPv2)

I set it up originally so that the WGR614v7 went from physical port 4, to the Internet port on the FVS114

And I could get out from the FVS114 to the Net, but I couldn't get from the Local net on the WGR614v7 back
to the PC's behind the FVS114.

IP addresses were for the WGR614v7 and DHCP client from the WGR614v7 with DHCP turned off
on the FVS114.

What am I doing wrong?

PS, I currently have a similar setup except that now the WGR614v7 is going to a Link Act port on the FVS114
and I'm using the LMHosts file as an alternative to a DNS Server.

I'm wondering if that had anything to do with the original set up ( The one I'm asking about) That I wanted to have.

Does anyone have a solution here?

Edited by RandomUser, 01 December 2008 - 02:48 PM.

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