Im running a brand new MX65. Ive gone ahead and configured the Client VPN on the Meraki and a Local Client.
The Meraki is on 192.168.128.0/24
My Local Subnet is on 192.168.1.1/24
Im able to successfully connect to the VPN and browse the internet through the MX, but I cannot access local resources on the 192.168.1.1/24 subnet. I tried creating a static route, but it complained about overlap. ("
Ive tried disabling IPv6 on the client device and verified theres no split tunneling.
Am I missing something?
When you VPN in can you ping your devices via IP address?
A common issue is people don't have a name resolution system in place to convert device names to IP addresses.
Nope, I actually tried by IP first. In addition, none of these devices have any sort of firewall or network restrictions.
I feel like Im missing something.
No, the default gateway is on another subnet.
I'm afraid that's not possible, a default gateway is always on the same subnet as the device itself. So it's either the MX or some other router on the subnet, depending on your architecture.
Please see my first post with the subnet info. Each subnet has its own default gw. The MX is on one subnet and the devices Im connecting to are on a different one. Each subnet has its own gw.
"but I cannot access local resources on the 192.168.1.1/24 subnet"
I'll try to put my question differently. What is the default gateway of those resources. Is it the MX (to which you're building the tunnel)?