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    Unhappy Side-to-Side VPN connects, but i cannot ping the other side

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    Hi there,

    i have some problems with my vpn connection.
    i have 2 tplink router i will connection together to a side-by-side connection.
    the two models are:
    - tplink vr900v v1
    - tplink vr 1600v v1

    coniguration vr900v
    ipsec vpn
    remote gateway: dynamic dns adress, successfully registrated and activated
    ip for vpn: 192.168.1.0/24 (local ip network)
    ip for vpn: 192.168.0.0/24 (remote ip network)
    automatic (ike)
    pre-shared-Key: ideticaly on both sides
    perfect forward secrecy activated
    Main Mode
    AES 256 -> MD5
    DHE: 4096bit
    time-to-life: 3600


    coniguration vr1600v
    ipsec vpn
    remote gateway: dynamic dns adress, successfully registrated and activated
    ip for vpn: 192.168.0.0/24 (local ip network)
    ip for vpn: 192.168.1.0/24 (remote ip network)
    automatic (ike)
    pre-shared-Key: ideticaly on both sides
    perfect forward secrecy activated
    Main Mode
    AES 256 -> MD5
    DHE: 4096bit
    time-to-life: 3600

    extendes routing:
    vpn to vr900v
    target ip adress 192.168.0.0
    Gateway 192.168.1.1
    WAN interfaceppoe_ptm_7_0_d

    vpn to vr1600v
    target ip adress 192.168.1.0
    Gateway 192.168.0.1
    WAN interface:ewan_ipoe_d

    The main differences between the both router ist, the vr900v is directly configured as dsl router.
    the vr1600 is connected as wlan router, because it works in a cable netzwork behind a cable router. the router is configured in bridge mode, so i think there where no problems with the cable network restrictions.

    the vpn connection is marked as "up" (connceted) on both sides. i configured on both sides extended routings, but i got no connection to the other lan. i tried to ping the router on the other side, a wlan and lan connection computer. i tired also a tracert and a samba connection (there are all windows based systems)

    has anyone some ideas why i cannot succesfully connect a side-by-side vpn connection.
    its make me creazy

    thanks a lot dudes.

    greetings, ravn

  2. #2
    If the Internet/WAN IP addresses on both sites are public IP? Does the PING from site A to site B work?


 

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