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  • RVS4000 and RV120W

    Hey guys. I'm new here and was hoping someone could help me out.

    I have a RV120W and a RVS4000 at 2 separate locations. Both locations have DSL with static IPs. Both locations use a TP-Link DSL Modem/Router combo. Is it possible to create a site-to-site vpn using these 2 Cisco routers behind the TP-Links? If it is, could the TP-Links continue to serve as the DHCP server and the Cisco boxes handle the VPN side?

    If this is possible, can/will someone help me figure out the best way to do this? If possible, I need step by step instructions on this. I understand enough to mange my networks, but not introducing a second router the way I need done here.

    I appreciate any info!

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    Re: RVS4000 and RV120W

    Just make sure you have ipsec passthrough enabled on the dsl modem.
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