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mpolak83
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RV320 Gateway to Gateway cannot access server

Hello,

 

I have two RV320 routers set up as Gateway to Gateway.

Site A (Main office) -192.168.54.0   255.255.254.0

Site B (Remote) - 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0

 

The VPN tunnel is up. I can ping computers from site B in site A by using both, IP and hostname. However I cannot access any resources in site A. internal websites, server shares etc. 

 

Any idea what could be the issue?

 

Thank you

 

Marcin

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Glenn Martin
Cisco Employee

Hi mpolak83,

 

What is your VPN configuration? Please review the following document - Article ID: 4270: Gateway to Gateway VPN Configuration on RV320 and RV325 VPN Router Series in our Knowledge base.

I have done factory reset on both routers and followed the guide to configure the VPN. Again I can ping from both sides. 

Now I can acces site B from site A (I can browse resources), but I can't access site A from site B.

 

Only ping goes through from B to A.

 

Any suggestions?

 

Thank you

 

Marcin

Please contact the Technical Services team for further assistance. This sounds more like a configuratin issue, but night need additional diagnosis to determine that.

 

Thanks

Glenn

did you solve this issue? I have same problem

 

regards