I have 2 RV042 routers. As of yesterday, for over 2 months, quick vpn has not been functioning. I had a 2008 server installed; the tech could not get the quickvpn clients to the server, so his solution to give clients access was to map the server to the internet. As you can imagine, it has been attacked consistently and we have since removed the server. Clients have not been able to use Linksys quickvpn client to connect. I have had 3 different network technicians, and have been charged way too much for nothing, and the best i got was it being restored to its broken state. We thought it was a flakey router, but both do the same thing. Does anyone who knows what they are doing with these willing to remote into the router to help configure it, or is it best to buy a new router with support.
Thank you very much for the info, the bad news
Do the Cisco Techs see these questions and answer and hopefully solve the problems?
I was reading the support site On
where they publish additional info.
When I tried to download VPN related 2 articles it said restricted !!
When I try to download
and for the
How can I get hold of them or is it because RV042 will not support that at all?
Hi Bay, thanks for using our forum, my name is Johnnatan and I am part of the Small business Support community. Here you see the VPN client access configuration:
This one is the information about the Backup VPN:
I also created a document about the remote access VPN, you see it here:
I hope you find this answer useful,
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Johnnatan Rodriguez Miranda.
Cisco Network Support Engineer.
Have you tried connecting clients via pptp? I know it's not the most secure, but it may be a good temporary workaround depending on what situation you're in.