Looking for help setting up the RV180 behind the ActionTec MI424WR-GEN2. At the same time I want to be able to VPN into the network and be able to access objects.
Verizon ActionTec modem is primary network (192.168.1.x)
RV180 is secondary network (192.168.2.x)
VPN to 192.168.2.x network from remote locations (client-to-gateway)
I've tried asking for help from Cisco Support and was given the "we don't suppor that configuration" line. They want me to put it in front of the ActionTec FiOS modem/router in which case then Verizon will provide zero support for anything.
Now, to add an extra twist, I do have STBs (Set-Top Boxes) connected to the Verizon FiOS modem/router but nothing special (i.e. no DVR or any stuff like that).
Anyone want to help me get this thing up and running so that I can have remote folks VPN into the network? We work with data that needs to remain encrypted during transmission, hence the VPN.
I have forwarded ports 443 (TCP), 60443 (TCP), 500 (UDP) and 4500 (UDP) to the WAN IP of the RV180. Network objects behind the RV180 cannot get past the router (it's in router, not gateway mode). The RV180 can ping objects both on the WAN and LAN side, so it seems that the RV180 is the problem child.
I appreciate any help that anyone can provide!!!