Hello, i am using an RV130 router and connecting to it via IPSEC vpn using the ShrewSoft client on windows 7. I'm able to make it work and i can ping the router itself from the remote computer, pull up the admin page, etc, however i cannot access any remote network resources beyond the router itself. I am thinking i need to add a static route to the router - except i all the ones that i've taken limited guesses at don't seem to accomplish what i need. The ShrewSoft client is configured as per the various guides i've found on here for this application.
Remote PC: virtual shrewsoft adaptor with ip 192.168.2.2 / 255.255.255.0
connecting to the RV130 via its WAN ip
The RV130 has set as its private IP 192.168.0.1 / 255.255.255.0
In the IPSEC configuration, i set that the remote client is able to access the subnet 192.168.0.0 (and not just a single IP address)
I am guessing i need to add a route so the remote PC can access the local network (for instance remote desktop a PC on the local network with ip 192.168.0.99).
I tried adding this route: destination LAN ip: 192.168.2.0 subnet:255.255.255.0 gateway 192.168.0.1 however that just made it so i couldn't even ping the router from the remote PC. Once i killed that rule, i could ping the router again, but still couldn't get anything "behind" the router.
To make a final weird twist, ping and communications seems to work fine from the local side of the router to the remote pc. For instance, ping works fine from a computer on the local network to the remote ip 192.168.2.2, just not the other way around...
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