Having trouble setting vpn from isa2004 server to Cisco/Linksys RVS4000

Cannot get VPN connected from a SBS 2003 Server that has ISA2004 installed to a Cisco/Linksys RVS4000.  We have two other VPN's that work fine.

Here's the configuration:

ISA 2004
Created Remote Site

Addresses  Tab-I have an entry with the following IP Range 192.168.10.1 - 192.168.10.254

Connection Tab-I Entered the IP address of the remote site under remote section and selected the external connection under the local vpn gateway.

IPsec info-Phase 1, 3des, sha1, group 2 (1024 bit), 28800 sec.  Phase 2, 3des, sha1, generate new key every 28800 sec, use pfs checked on, DH set to group 2 (1024bit)

Authentication Tab-Using a preshared key.

Under networks, network rules, I have two routes. first from internal to remote site, then remote site to internal.

Under Firewall, There are two access rules allowing all outbound traffic, first from remote network to internal network, then from internal network to remote network.

RVS4000
Under VPN, IPsec VPN
I created and enabled an entry.  

Local Group-
Local Security Gateway Type-Selected IP only
Local Security Group Type I selected subnet (192.168.10.0)

Remote Group Setup
Remote Security Gateway type-Selected IP only.  I entered the external IP address of the main site
Remote Security Group Type I selected subnet (10.100.162.0)

IPsec Setup
Ike w preshared key
Phase 1-3des, sha1, 1024-bit, 28800 sec
Phase 2-3des, sha1, 1024-bit, 28800 sec. PFS is enabled.
Entered the same preshared key.

Under vpn passthrough-ipsec, pptp, l2tp are all enabled.

Any help is appreciated!
rrinconesAsked:
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rrinconesAuthor Commented:
I found the problem.  The address range in ISA setup was incorrect.  Instead of 192.168.10.1-192.168.10.254, it was supposed to be 192.168.10.0-192.168.10.255.

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rrinconesAuthor Commented:
solved my problem by reading another post on a different site.  No one commented on my question.
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