Todd,

I've never set up a tunnel with a Netgear, but I know that it is more of =

a SOHO appliance, of course. Their design people probably never =

anticipated something like a /20 being used by their customers. I would =

either just enter all 16 class Cs or, if it can do it, build the tunnel =

for a class B (if you have that much IP space anyway). I've done things =

like that for a work around. On the non-netgear side you can build the =

tunnel for a class B to, say, tcp port 3, and then the rules below it =

can give more granular access to the stuff you really want them to have. =

Just a thought.

The encouraging thing is that you can do it for a class C. If it can do =

that, a class B is (hopefully) possible.

Good luck,

Travis

Todd M. Simons wrote:
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> We have a 20 bit subnet mask (255.255.240.0 aka 0.0 thru 15.255), =


> We=92re trying to setup a VPN to a Netgear FVS318 v2.1 but can't get =


> Phase 2 to come up for our entire subnet. We can bring up a VPN to a =


> single host in our subnet, or to a Class C section ( x.x.x.1 to =


> x.x.x.255), but not our 20bit mask (x.x.0.1 to x.x.15.255)
>
> The Netgear requires a start and end address (not a subnet and mask) =


> on its VPN settings. We've tried all combinations. The netgear side is =


> odd, for the Class C it takes 1 to 255 as beginning and end address, =


> not to 254. I tried all different combinations with the remote Netgear =


> admin, and got nothing.
>
> I've asked him to upgrade to the lastest firmware (v2.4)
>
> Has anyone ever setup a VPN to this model Netgear?
>
> Thanks,
> ~Todd
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