Site to Site VPN with RV042 and WRV210 with DynDNS and PAT
Following is my Scenario.
In head office I will have RV042 and in Branch WRV210. I have a server in HO and Client machines at branches. Need a synchronization between server and clients. Both server and client may initiate the traffic. So two way communication is required. The solution is Gateway to Gateway VPN.
Connectivity at head office
Internet--DSL Router ---> RV042 -----> Application Server
Connectivity at Branch
Internet -- 3Gmodem Router --->WRV210 ------Application Client machines
In head office i have static global which can be configured on RV042 internet interface direcly.
In branch I plan to work with DynDNS. In the branch WRV210 will be connected to LAN port of 3G modem Router. So the internet interface
of WRV210 will not have public ip. it will be a private ip address. I tried to configure port address translation for IP Sec in 3G router.
After above configuration setup. I found tunnel status as " Waiting for connection"
In the VPN log I found " Expected < Public IP> but peer is <private IP>.
I do not know the Head office RV042 able to see the private ip nated behind global. Any how tunnel is not up and it not working.
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