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Can't ping a subnet from VPN

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A model citizen

Can't ping a subnet from VPN

I have 3 VLANs on the MX

2,3 and 4

 

2 and 4 have internet access, but 3 does not.  I noticed that when I VPN, I'm able to ping devices on VLANs 2 & 4, but not any devices in VLAN 3.  Is this because this VLAN does not have internet access?  This doesn't make any sense.  I should be able to ping.

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A model citizen

Re: Can't ping a subnet from VPN

Nevermind, I had to add the VPN subnet because I had group policy.

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Re: Can't ping a subnet from VPN

How did you deny internet access to vlan 3? Is it a set of permit statements for the associated subnet followed by a blanket deny for said subnet? 

 

If so, then you'll need to add permit statements between the subnet for vlan 3 and your client VPN subnet.

A model citizen

Re: Can't ping a subnet from VPN

Nevermind, I had to add the VPN subnet because I had group policy.

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A model citizen

Re: Can't ping a subnet from VPN

@Nash 

 

Thanks for the reply.  Took me a while to figure it out.

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