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VPN Through Contivity 1100 Branch Tunnel Static Address Problem

VPN Through Contivity 1100 Branch Tunnel Static Address Problem

VPN Through Contivity 1100 Branch Tunnel Static Address Problem

I have a two Contivity 1100 with a branch tunnel established between them.  After a reboot on one of the Contivitys I can no longer connect to computers with static set addresses.  The Contivitys are set up as DHCP servers for each location.  A tracert from one location to the other (DHCP assigned remote ip) is as follows:


Tracing route to over a maximum of 30 hops

 1  395 ms  408 ms  360 ms
 2  870 ms  691 ms  998 ms
 3  816 ms 929 ms  914 ms

Trace complete.


However, when I attempt it with a statically assigned ip I get:


Tracing route to over a maximum of 30 hops

 1  411 ms  419 ms  422 ms
 2  918 ms  935 ms 1008 ms
 3    *       *       *     Request timed out.
30    *       *       *     Request timed out.   

Trace Complete.


Nothing has changed on the computers on each subnet.  The computers on each subnet can access any other computer (or Contivity) on their own subnet.  They can also access the dynamically assigned address on the remote subnet, just not the statically assigned.  I believe the problem to be some setting in the Contivity 1100 that has reverted to a factory reset after the reboot, bit I cannot find it.

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