Has anyone successfully used two VPN routers for remote?
If so, what make and model? (cisco RV042, Linksys LRT224, or ?)
And what issues setting it up. Have FiOS one end (Ethernet connection), TWC the other.
Seems like a quick and simple solution for waiting for 2.0
With other potential network side benefits
I have tried using the Linksys 1900 ACS but they use TUN mode and the Net I/P address is not in the same group. I am not sure why Linksys is always behind the 8-ball on VPN. So I have settled with Softether. Appreciate the other inputs, I find all of this information very helpful.
Ria, I would like that script
I have no problem putting things together, I just am trying to resist a months long added project.
I am a hardware guy who hacks at software, so....
but I could certainly buy a couple of R-Pi boxes
Where do they fit in the architecture? Just plug into your Ethernet? And set some port forwarding?
Anyway, I am up for trying that to get the Maestro up and going remotely quick and easy
BTW, I do run multiple Windows systems, some remotely, and don't like their reliability!
And then there is the Windows 10 propensity to update, ugh!
Server with radio on time warner network in Maine
Bridge with Meastro on verizon fios in Mass.
All worked great for 3 days 24 hours per day
Then it started to falter with long net work times 500+ that was normally 42 ms
Then quite all together
Seems to be Verizon related
The networks connect, the ip tables are fine both ends
I see the radio, connect, get the version choices then it hangs
If I wait a long time, like 20 minutes I can get to the menus on Maestro but no network activity shows ips
If I try SSDR on that sane network on the PC same behavior
Go some funny security messages on verizon actiotech router
Spent many hours on phone with verizon to no avail
Anybody else see this or have ideas?
All greatvully appreciated