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How to configure RV042 VPN Routing with Multiple Subnets

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I have two Cisco/Linksys RV042 VPN routers connected by a Gateway to Gateway Tunnel over a T1. I would like to add a second internal subnet on each side but so far i have not been able to get the second subnet to route properly.

RV042#1
WAN IP = 216.x.x.x
LAN IP = 172.20.6.1 - 255.0.0.0
    Add Subnet = 10.1.1.15 - 255.0.0.0
RV042#2
WAN IP = 24.x.x.x
LAN IP = 172.21.33.1 - 255.255.255.0
    Add Subnet = 10.18.1.1 - 255.255.255.0

How can I get the the additional subnets to comunicate?
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Setup -> Network -> Lan Settings

You can add  as many subnets as you want.  I have7 networks on my and they all can ping each other and using the wan access to the internet
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How about to add remote Subnet for remote VPN site?

If i go to my RV042-> VPN -> Edit my tunnel to remote site, for Remote Group Setup it has option to enter only single subnet.

Luc_roy: Setup -> Network -> Lan Settings  is for local LANs


Any suggestions?>
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