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DMZ to Cisco ASA 5505 from Linksys RV042

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RV042 DMZ host pageASA 5505 sh runHi,

I have a Linksys RV042 used in Dual WAN mode configured as my WAN router to the ISP. This devices has a max of 4 odd VPN user limit. I am trying to add a Cisco ASA 5505 to the DMZ port of the RV042 router. I have set an IP for the DMZ host as 192.168.32.15 on the RV042 and I have connected the cable from the DMZ port of RV042 to port 1 on the ASA 5505.

My goal is to utilize the VPN licenses from the ASA 5505. How do I go about doing this?

Some pics and the sh run on the ASA has been attached.

Thanks in advance,

Ian
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To the best of my knowledge the RV042 can be run in two modes Dual WAN or single WAN and DMZ.  You cannot have dual WAN and DMZ.

The RV042 is limited to 5 PPTP VPN connections but something like 28 QuickVPN clients.  You might be best to use the QuickVPN IPsec client, or if just using PPTP you could use a windows server as the VPN server.
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