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Dlink Router DI-808HV

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Hello,

Trying to set up a VPN between two of these routers, I show the routers are connected in the status screen, but when I attempt to ping the a computer on the host side I get nothing.

Settings for the Remote Side !
 
VPN Settings - Tunnel 1

       Item Setting
Tunnel Name  remote1
Aggressive Mode  Enable - yes
Local Subnet  - 192.168.0.1
Local Netmask - 255.255.255.0
Remote Subnet  - 10.251.83.0
Remote Netmask  - 255.255.255.0
Remote Gateway  24.227.112.214
Preshare Key   joshua
ID Proposal Name DH Group Encrypt algorithm Auth algorithm Life Time Life Time Unit
1   Group 1Group 2Group 5  3DESDES  SHA1MD5   Sec.Kbyte
ID Proposal Name DH Group Encap protocol Encrypt algorithm Auth algorithm Life Time Life Time Unit
1  NoneGroup 1Group 2Group 5 ESPAH 3DESDES SHA1MD5None  

Host side setup !

VPN Settings - Tunnel 1

       Item Setting
Tunnel Name  - remote1
Aggressive Mode - yes
Local Subnet  10.251.83.0
Local Netmask  255.255.255.0
Remote Subnet  192.168.0.1
Remote Netmask  255.255.255.0
Remote Gateway  68.202.228.8
Preshare Key   joshua
IKE Proposal index  
IPSec Proposal index  

any thoughts on this and what may not be allowing me to ping the host network ? Below is the status the router's both show
Name Remote Network Local Network Type State Life
Time Drop
IP Address/
Subnet Mask/
Gateway IP Address/
Subnet Mask
remote1 192.168.0.1/
255.255.255.0/
68.202.228.8 10.251.83.0/
255.255.255.0 ESP tunnel IKE established 149790  

Thanks for your help in advance
Tony G


   
   
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Upgrade the firmware on both of your routers. There is a known problem with this
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by:tonyg01
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This was done on both ends from the beginning, the solution was adding the pppt virtual server option in the router ( 5 hours with DLINK support and four case numbers ) wow !

Thanks for your help
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