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RV180W ipsec vpn with multiple networks

Hello,

I am setting up a customer site.  One side is RV180W and the other side is Checkpoint 500W.

RV180W side

LAN - 192.168.100.0/24

Checkpoint side

LAN - 172.26.1.0/24

VOIP - 172.26.2.0/24

Need to setup an ipsec tunnel between the site.  However, from the RV180W side, I can only ping the VOIP network, but not LAN.  Need help.  I have heard that RV180W only can talk to one remote network via ipsec, correct?  Any other way to workaround this other than changing out the RV180W?  Thanks.

Ho

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RV180W ipsec vpn with multiple networks

Hi Eit, make a second VPN connection to the LAN connection of the checkpoint.

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RV180W ipsec vpn with multiple networks

Thomas,

With the same public ip on both ends?  Thanks.

Ho

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RV180W ipsec vpn with multiple networks

Correct, everything the same except change the remote LAN to match the subnet desired, in your case 172.16.1.0

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RV180W ipsec vpn with multiple networks

Hi Tom,

I have a similar situation, needing to setup 3 tunnels to the same endpoint.  Each tunnel has a different remote LAN setting, but I can only get one tunnel to work at a time.  I have to disable the other two.  For more details, see my posting: https://supportforums.cisco.com/message/3781143#3781143

How can I setup 3 IPSEC tunnels to the same endpoint?

Marshall