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Gateway to Gateway VPN Issue (one side behind router)

Gateway to Gateway VPN Issue (one side behind router)

Gateway to Gateway VPN Issue (one side behind router)

(OP)
I am working on setting up a VPN tunnel for a client (from office in US to South Africa). In the US we have RV042 connected to Static IP, however in South Africa we have an RV042 on Dynamic that is behind another router.

My question is does anyone know how I can get a tunnel between the two built? No matter what settings I use I get the following:

   No suitable connection for peer '192.168.0.3', Please check Phase 1 ID value  
Oct 13 17:19:55 2009     VPN Log    Received Vendor ID payload Type = [Dead Peer Detection]  
Oct 13 17:19:55 2009     VPN Log    [Tunnel Negotiation Info] <<< Responder Received Main Mode 1st packet  
Oct 13 17:19:55 2009     VPN Log    [Tunnel Negotiation Info] >>> Responder Send Main Mode 2nd packet  
Oct 13 17:19:56 2009     VPN Log    [Tunnel Negotiation Info] <<< Responder Received Main Mode 3rd packet  
Oct 13 17:19:56 2009     VPN Log    [Tunnel Negotiation Info] >>> Responder send Main Mode 4th packet  
Oct 13 17:19:56 2009     VPN Log    [Tunnel Negotiation Info] <<< Responder Received Main Mode 5th packet  
Oct 13 17:19:56 2009     VPN Log    Main mode peer ID is ID_IPV4_ADDR: '192.168.0.3'  
Oct 13 17:19:56 2009     VPN Log    No suitable connection for peer '192.168.0.3', Please check Phase 1 ID value  
Oct 13 17:20:06 2009     VPN Log    [Tunnel Negotiation Info] <<< Responder Received Main Mode 5th packet  
Oct 13 17:20:06 2009     VPN Log    Main mode peer ID is ID_IPV4_ADDR: '192.168.0.3'  
Oct 13 17:20:06 2009     VPN Log    No suitable connection for peer '192.168.0.3', Please check Phase 1 ID value  
Oct 13 17:20:27 2009     VPN Log    [Tunnel Negotiation Info] <<< Responder Received Main Mode 5th packet  
Oct 13 17:20:27 2009     VPN Log    Main mode peer ID is ID_IPV4_ADDR: '192.168.0.3'  
Oct 13 17:20:27 2009     VPN Log    No suitable connection for peer '192.168.0.3', Please check Phase 1 ID value  
Oct 13 17:20:41 2009     Authentication Success     HTTP Basic authentication succeeded for user: admin



I know this is because on SA side its a private ip, and Linksys is avoiding a man-in-the-middle attack. But I need to overcome as the router before my RV042 in South Africa cannot be changed.  
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RE: Gateway to Gateway VPN Issue (one side behind router)

(OP)
my problem isnt the IP being dynamic. Its the fact that my second RV042 (in africa) is behind a netgear router.

RE: Gateway to Gateway VPN Issue (one side behind router)

This I understand but that being said then best best way would be make the Netgear a DMZ or if it has VPN settings then configure the VPN through the Netgear.

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