Cisco 1800 / Netgear fvs318

Discussion in 'Cisco' started by henry cabot henhouse III, May 29, 2007.

  1. We had an FVS318 behind a Cisco 1605 and it worked fine. A few days back, we
    fired up a new Cisco 1800 on a new T1, moved the Netgear over, and now I
    can't get my vpn tunnels to talk. The new T1 is on the same network we
    switched all our buildings over to, and the Netgears work fine at other
    locations on Cisco 1600 and 2600's. (this is our only 1800)

    I can get from the Netgear to the outside world, I can access the remote
    management, but I just can't seem to get past that. Nothing - except the wan
    side IP - has changed.

    Of course, our "Cisco certified blah blah" vendor who installed the router
    blames the Netgear boxes - calls em a piece of fecal matter. Doesn't matter
    that they've been in and working for years with no trouble at all.

    It's probably something our $120 an hour "network engineer" missed...
    something simple. At least I hope :)

    Ideas?

    Thanks in advance
    Dave
     
    henry cabot henhouse III, May 29, 2007
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  2. henry cabot henhouse III

    Trendkill Guest

    On May 28, 11:35 pm, "henry cabot henhouse III"
    <> wrote:
    > We had an FVS318 behind a Cisco 1605 and it worked fine. A few days back, we
    > fired up a new Cisco 1800 on a new T1, moved the Netgear over, and now I
    > can't get my vpn tunnels to talk. The new T1 is on the same network we
    > switched all our buildings over to, and the Netgears work fine at other
    > locations on Cisco 1600 and 2600's. (this is our only 1800)
    >
    > I can get from the Netgear to the outside world, I can access the remote
    > management, but I just can't seem to get past that. Nothing - except the wan
    > side IP - has changed.
    >
    > Of course, our "Cisco certified blah blah" vendor who installed the router
    > blames the Netgear boxes - calls em a piece of fecal matter. Doesn't matter
    > that they've been in and working for years with no trouble at all.
    >
    > It's probably something our $120 an hour "network engineer" missed...
    > something simple. At least I hope :)
    >
    > Ideas?
    >
    > Thanks in advance
    > Dave


    Did you have any port forwarding? Which device is NAT running on?
    Most VPNs work on ports 500 and 10000, and you need to make sure that
    whichever side is 'serving', must have those ports open to the
    concentrator. (or whatever ports it is using).
     
    Trendkill, May 29, 2007
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