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Token2006
29-05-2006, 15:08
A question from a newbie on the forum:

I am accessing my company network via a Cisco VPN client. The problem is that I can't access my wl500g router's admin pages while connected to the VPN..

I have tried to change the routers IP from 192.168.1.1 to something like 192.168.88.1 and 192.189.1.1, with no luck.

The cisco client is set to "Enable transparent tunneling", using IPSec over UDP (NAT/PAT), and with the checkbox "Allow local LAN access" checked..

I am using the latest firmware (1.9.2.7-7c) from Oleg.

How do I set up the router to allow this?

Thanks,

Toke

Tamadite
29-05-2006, 18:45
Have you tried this???...

http://wl500g.info/showthread.php?t=2236&highlight=cisco

Token2006
30-05-2006, 14:00
I have tried the following, using the advice on the thread linked, but it doesn't help:

Firewall > WAN& LAN > WAN TO LAN Filter:

Packets(WAN to LAN) not specified will be: ACCEPT:

In the filter table:
Source IP
130.226.204.22 (this is the IP address the vpn client is connecting to)
Port Range
500:4500 (is this the correct syntax?)
Destination IP
192.168.1.190 (my PC’s local IP, fixed)
Port Range
500 (or should this be 500:4500?)
Protocol
UDP


Under “Virtual server"> Trigger port list:

Port Range
500
Local IP
192.168.1.190
Local Port
500

Protocol
UDP

Protocol No.
[??]

Description
Cisco VPN

Tamadite
30-05-2006, 22:00
This is what I have configured:

WAN-to-LAN
==========
Packets(WAN to LAN) not specified will be: DROP

WAN to LAN Filter Table
-----------------------
Source IP: [IPYourVPNConnectsTo]
Port Range: 4500
Destination IP: [IPofYourPC]
Port Range: 2:65535
Protocol: UDP

Source IP: [IPYourVPNConnectsTo]
Port Range: 500
Destination IP: [IPofYourPC]
Port Range: 2:65535
Protocol: UDP

With my Cisco VPN I do not need to specify virtual server on my wl-500g.

Token2006
31-05-2006, 09:35
Thanks - I'll try your setup when I get back home in a few days..