Gateway to gateway RVS4000 SBS2003

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  1. Brian Jewell

    Brian Jewell Guest

    I have searched and called tech support to no avail so here goes.....

    Recently installed a gateway to gateway vpn tunnel with 2 Linksys RVS4000
    VPN routers.

    IP Scheme:

    Router1: 172.168.1.1 Mask: 255.255.255.0
    Pushing DHCP to LAN

    Router2: 192.168.15.1 Mask 255.255.255.0
    SBS 2003 Pushing DHCP to LAN. Server ip: 192.168.15.10
    I also have WINS enabled

    I can manage both routers internally thru either LAN and remotely from web.
    VPN Tunnel shows up and connected. I can ping computers and server on
    either end, but cannot browse folders by \\ipaddress\sharename

    Tried to map drive using connect with username and password option and did
    not work.

    I have called linksys, they keep telling me it is a microsoft issue. If I
    can see the tunnel is up and I can ping remote server and computers then
    their product is fine.
    Can anyone please help??
     
    Brian Jewell, Mar 14, 2007
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  2. Brian Jewell

    Netissime Guest

    Hi,

    It's the Explorer of computer service which is not activated;


    We are french webhoster

    I'm interested by your works on two rvs4000 VPN.
    Please have you got a tutorial ? We need informations for connect two network !

    Thanks !



    BrianJewel wrote:

    Gateway to gateway RVS4000 SBS2003
    13-Mar-07

    I have searched and called tech support to no avail so here goes.....

    Recently installed a gateway to gateway vpn tunnel with 2 Linksys RVS4000
    VPN routers.

    IP Scheme:

    Router1: 172.168.1.1 Mask: 255.255.255.0
    Pushing DHCP to LAN

    Router2: 192.168.15.1 Mask 255.255.255.0
    SBS 2003 Pushing DHCP to LAN. Server ip: 192.168.15.10
    I also have WINS enabled

    I can manage both routers internally thru either LAN and remotely from web.
    VPN Tunnel shows up and connected. I can ping computers and server on
    either end, but cannot browse folders by \\ipaddress\sharename

    Tried to map drive using connect with username and password option and did
    not work.

    I have called linksys, they keep telling me it is a microsoft issue. If I
    can see the tunnel is up and I can ping remote server and computers then
    their product is fine.
    Can anyone please help??

    Previous Posts In This Thread:

    Gateway to gateway RVS4000 SBS2003
    I have searched and called tech support to no avail so here goes.....

    Recently installed a gateway to gateway vpn tunnel with 2 Linksys RVS4000
    VPN routers.

    IP Scheme:

    Router1: 172.168.1.1 Mask: 255.255.255.0
    Pushing DHCP to LAN

    Router2: 192.168.15.1 Mask 255.255.255.0
    SBS 2003 Pushing DHCP to LAN. Server ip: 192.168.15.10
    I also have WINS enabled

    I can manage both routers internally thru either LAN and remotely from web.
    VPN Tunnel shows up and connected. I can ping computers and server on
    either end, but cannot browse folders by \\ipaddress\sharename

    Tried to map drive using connect with username and password option and did
    not work.

    I have called linksys, they keep telling me it is a microsoft issue. If I
    can see the tunnel is up and I can ping remote server and computers then
    their product is fine.
    Can anyone please help??


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    Netissime, Jun 25, 2010
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