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Diego.Satizabal1
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RV110W and third-party equipment

Best regards

We're trying to configure VPN for remote access from 2 sites with a central site. At remote sites we have RV110W, at central we have a third-party equipment. The problem is that the VPN establishes well with just 1 site, but when trying to connect the other site the tunnel establishes but no traffic can go over it. If we disconnect the other site and establish connection with the second site (that wasn't working with the other tunnel up) the tunnel works just fine! so it seems that configuration are well both on RV110W and third-pparty equipment, but the problem arises when we establish the 2 tunnels

Someone can give us some help?

Thanks in advance for any comments!

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Michael Swenson
Cisco Employee

Thanks for contacting Cisco,

The RV110W only support 1 site to site VPN tunnel.  From Datasheet:

1 IPSec Site-to-Site tunnel

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/routers/rv110w-wireless-n-vpn-firewall/data_sheet_c78-660141.html

The RV130 supports 10 gateway-to-gateway IPSec tunnels.

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/routers/small-business-rv-series-routers/datasheet-c78-731522.html

Best Regards,

Best regards Michael, thanks for your reply

We're well aware that RV110W supports only up to 1 VPN, but third-party equipment we have supports more than 1 VPN

You have some idea why we cannot establish 2 tunnels at the same time? Could it be related to peer ID on RV110W side?

Thanks in advance!

Ok, the 3rd party device is the endpoint for the 2 VPN Tunnels.  Then it is a configuration issue.  Make sure the LAN IP address is different on the 2 remote RV110w.  The LAN subnet cannot be 192.168.1.0/24 on both remote RV110w.

Best regards Michael, thanks for your response After a while trying to set VPN up with various RV110W and third-party equipment as central, we managed to do it

There's something to be aware of if someone is having same problem, in some non cisco equipment, even in some open source OS VPN capable, VPN is configured in 2 phases, so, it's not necesary to create a phase1-phase2 pair for each remote peer, it's enough to create a generic phase1 and as many phase2 as peers so each phase 2 has the particular configuratión of remote peer (such as remote LAN)

Hope this may be useful for anyone

Thanks in advance!