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Old 05-29-2012, 08:14 AM
feroz feroz is offline
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Default Connecting 9608 through VPN on RV082 router

I'm a VPN noob trying to get a 9608 to hookup to Linksys/Cisco RV082 router (the network is the internal network of the VPN router and the IP office is and public IP of VPN router is The phone is behind a NAT router with internal network and the public IP is with IPSEC/PPTP pass-through). I can connect with Quickvpn client and PPTP windows client to the remote VPN router ok but those are very easy to setup . I’ve included a screenshot of the VPN client to gateway configuration and below is my config on the phone done through menu under VPN setup:

VPN Vendor: Cisco
Gateway address:
External phone IP address:
External Router:
External Subnet mask:
External DNS server:
Encapsulation: 4500-4500
Copy TOS: No

Authorization Type: PSK

IKE ID (Group Name): mohameda@inttelprod.com
Pre-shared Key (PSK): avayaissexy

IKE Xchg Mode: Aggressive
IKE DH Group: 1
IKE Encryption Alg: DES
IKE Auth. Alg: MD5
IKE config Mode: Enabled

IPsec PFS DH Group 2
IPsec Encryption Alg DES
IPsec Auth. Alg: MD5
Protected Network:

IKE over TCP Auto

Under Address are the following settings:

Call Server
HTTP server:

I’m getting another one Bad gateway DNS name. Follow this link to view configuration on Linksys RV082 client to gateway tunnel. (picture is too big to attach)

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