Scott C. Best
sbest "at" best.com
Tue Oct 25 17:27:00 2005
Heya. I think if you could provide the actual IP addresses
you're trying to use, it could make the problem a bit clearer. Can
you provide the IP addreses used for your LAN, and for your target
LAN? Feel free to use "192.168.1.abc" if you're not comfortable with
posting all of the numbers, but please try to keep the first few
octets the same -- I suspect that the two networks are addressed
so similarly that the LinkSys is getting confused about which LAN
you're trying to reach.
Anyhow, more IP address details will definitely help. :)
> I just got off the phone with Linksys tech. Even he is stumped right now.
> He walked me through the Port forwarding again. What is wiered, is I can
> connect to the other network using Sonic Wall VPN client software. What
> else is wiered is that I can connect to the VNC using Netgear router with no
> port forwarding set up. It is like Linksys is sending something in the
> Packets that VNC is not excepting. Just a thought.
> Linksys WRV54G Router - My Network
> Sonic Wall - Clients Network
> Sonic Global VPN Client - My PC
> VNC Server - Client's PCs
> VNS Viewer - My PC