Client VPN issue with Specific Subnet

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cplatt
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Client VPN issue with Specific Subnet

Hello,

 

I am having an odd issue with a specific subnet over the client VPN this subnet is in the local subnets, which in the meraki vpn documentation states the client VPN can access those automatically. I can access every other subnet but this one. The client VPN subnet is 10.1.2.0/24 the subnet it cannot access is 192.168.10.0/24 which is a voice network, I am trying to setup softphones for some teleworkers and have had zero luck with this. Makes no sense as I have nothing blocking accessing that subnet, pcap's haven't helped much either. Any ideas? 

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cplatt
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Re: Client VPN issue with Specific Subnet

I fixed it somehow send all traffic over the vpn was not enabled. That subnet now works. Thanks!

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JamesFlorance
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Re: Client VPN issue with Specific Subnet

Have you added a static route and selected "In VPN?"

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cplatt
Getting noticed

Re: Client VPN issue with Specific Subnet

Why would you need to do that if it is in the local subnets on the MX. Even trying that I get "Static lan route subnets cannot be contained by (or be equal to) a client VPN subnet." 

JamesFlorance
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Re: Client VPN issue with Specific Subnet

If this was a solution, it would be for the VOIP subnet. If the VOIP is also local then yeah, you probably don't need it. At the headend have you ran a pcap on the internet and client_vpn interfaces?

cplatt
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Re: Client VPN issue with Specific Subnet

I have ran pcaps on all interfaces. 

JamesFlorance
Here to help

Re: Client VPN issue with Specific Subnet

If you're not even seeing one-way traffic, our first objective is getting the phones 'registration' session initiated. Could you give more color as to how this is setup? Type of soft phone, WAN connection type, topology? Otherwise I'd consider opening a ticket. The Meraki team is great.
PhilipDAth
Kind of a big deal

Re: Client VPN issue with Specific Subnet

Are you using 192.168.10.0/24 as the local "home" subnet - if so then it won't work.

 

Has the phone system ever needed to communicate outside of its local subnet before?  If not then I bet it has a mis-configured subnet mask or default gateway.

 

The next most likely solution is the phone system is configure to not allow connections from 192.168.10.0/24.

cplatt
Getting noticed

Re: Client VPN issue with Specific Subnet

I fixed it somehow send all traffic over the vpn was not enabled. That subnet now works. Thanks!

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jaosndsmsiths
New here

Re: Client VPN issue with Specific Subnet

I was into this issue and tired to tinker around to check if its possible but couldnt get it done. Now that i have seen the way you did it, thanks guys
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