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Need a route to a private network that is beyond a VPN tunnel

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OK, here is the scenario:
RDC has an RV082 that has a gateway-2-gateway VPN tunnel to the main office DC -- it is up all the time. I use the QuickVPN client to connect to the RV082 at the RDC. I can connect fine, use the servers that are at the RDC just fine, ping them all just fine.
However, I can not ping any network IPs/Servers that are across the tunnel to the main office DC. I have made an attempt to add static routes, but to no avail.
Summary:   PC ==> QuickVPN to RV082 == RV082 private (LAN 10.3.0.0) public IP <==> Public IP Sonicwall 2040 ==> private LAN 10.2.0.0
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Can you set the default gateway to be your vpn connection or are you using your local connection for internet (i.e. default gateway)

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"Can you set the default gateway to be your vpn connection or are you using your local connection for internet (i.e. default gateway)"

When I do a "route print", the 10.3.1.0 network does not even show up. Neither does the RV082 public IP. But I can ping/access both just fine. Also, in Network Connections, the QuickVPN client connection does not show up at all -- just my normal Ethernet connection is there.

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If you go to http://www.whatismyip.com and see if the Public IP is the IP of your local internet connection or the Public IP of your RV082 box? If it is of your public IP of your local internet then you need to set the gateway in your quickvpn client software. In a windows vpn client setup, the option i am refering to is under networking ---> internet protocol TCP/IP ---> Advanced ---> on the general tap there is a check mark to use default gateway on remote network.

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Well, I am not using the built-in VPN client though. The QuickVPN client doesn't appear to have that option to "Use default gateway on remote network". Can I set a static route for this?

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What solution have you come up with? If one was found? I dont think it is fair to give yourself points with out sharing what you did or at least give me assisted credit for pointing you in the right direction.
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