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RV180 SNAT and DNAT

Hello!

 

We have an old VPN router in our office with VPN tunnels configured to other countries, but it strongly reduced the speed of the internet connection, so we decided to change. Therefore we bought an RV180 router to replace the old one.

I succesfully configured the existing site-to-site VPN tunnels on RV180, this part is working fine. But i have a problem with the network address translation. Here are the current settings of the old router:

VPN tunnel settings:

Local network: 192.168.223.160
Local subnet mask: 255.255.255.240
Remote network: 10.10.3.0
Remote subnet mask: 255.255.255.0

Source NAT:

Protocol: ANY
Source addr.: ANY
Dest. addr.: 10.10.3.0/24
Translation addr.: 192.168.223.161
Outgoing interface: VPN

 

Destination NAT:

Protocol: ANY
Source addr.: ANY
Dest. addr.: 192.168.223.161
Translation addr.: 192.168.1.1 (router LAN addr.)
Incoming interface: VPN

Protocol: ANY
Source addr.: ANY
Dest. addr.: 192.168.223.162
Translation addr.: 192.168.1.235 (fix IP for a host)
Incoming interface: VPN

 

How could I set up these settings on the RV180? I've only found One-to-one NAT, which is not suitable for us, I think.

As I mentioned, the VPN tunnel is working fine, I can access the 10.10.3.x subnet.

(I do not have access to the other side of the tunnel.)

 

Can anyone help me?

 

Thanks!

 

Ákos

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Hello,In regards to the RV180

Hello,

In regards to the RV180 router, there is no way to setup this type of configuration for the VPN tunnel. As you mentioned, the router only supports One to One NAT.

Can you explain what is the final goal? Maybe we can come up with a workaround.

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Contributor

Hello,In regards to the RV180

Hello,

In regards to the RV180 router, there is no way to setup this type of configuration for the VPN tunnel. As you mentioned, the router only supports One to One NAT.

Can you explain what is the final goal? Maybe we can come up with a workaround.

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Beginner

There is a hosting company

There is a hosting company serving Citrix remote desktops for a few employees in our office. They asked us to set these NAT settings up to make the remote sessions work. (The work is done via Citrix receiver.)

Contributor

Thank you for the information

Thank you for the information, unfortunately this router doesn't have such a feature. You may need to use an Entrepise level router.

Beginner

Thank you for the help. :)Can

Thank you for the help. :)

Can you recommend a product to replace the current one? We don't need more additional features, just VPN and NAT.

Contributor

Unfortunately I can't as I

Unfortunately I can't as I don't know anything about enterprise router. I'm sorry.