RVS4000 to WRVS4400N VPN Can't see other computers
I have a VPN tunnel up between these two routers and can't see any of the other computors accross the tunnel. I have local secure group ip set at 192.168.1.0 (rvs) and remote secure group at ip 192.168.2.0 (wrvs), subnet is 255.255.555.0. With this I also have a 100% packet loss when I ping from the router diagnostics of the rvs4000 to the wrvs4400n. I can ping all ip addresses from the command line of the computers on both sides of the tunnel. I can also ping all ip addresses from inside the diagnostics on the wrvs4400N with no problem. I downloaded the VPN setup wizard v1.2 for the rvs4000 series routers and cannot remotely or locally access the rvs4000 through this utility. I can access both router utilities locally or through
IE9 & the tunnel I created without using the utility. Netbios was checked and saved on both routers after the tunnel was created. I did a firmware upgrade on both routers rvs4000 v220.127.116.11, wrvs4400n v1.1.13. Remote access is enabled on both routers. Any help would be appreciated.
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