Connecting to a subnet through a VPN

alankevinr
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Connecting to a subnet through a VPN

Hi we have three different subnets,

 

192.168.1* Internal addresses 

VPN once connected you get an IP address from this range 172.16.0.0/24

192.168.213*

10.2.0.* Azure

 

All internal LAN users can see the three different subnets.. 

 

If I dial in using a VPN i can't resolve to the 10.2.0 subnet. Do I set up a static route route or a source based default route?

 

Any help will be really appreciated. 

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Jwiley78
Building a reputation

I think in Site 2 Site VPN you have to make the client VPN subnet part of the Site to Site VPN.  Check under VPN settings

OVERKILL
Building a reputation

This. 

 

Under Security and SD-WAN -> Site-to-Site VPN -> VPN Settings -> Local Networks

 

Ensure that the networks you want accessible over the VPN are selected.

Hi I think the issue is the 10.2.0.* is in Azure, from Azure is connected into local sunbewt 192.168.219>*

 

alankevinr_0-1617802031004.png

 

Thank you i have already checked this and it hasnt worked.

 

The 10.2.0.* network is in azure

 

alankevinr_1-1617801946101.png

 

PhilipDAth
Kind of a big deal

Azure will need a return route for 172.16.0.0/24.

Thank you i have asked the MSP to add this route into Azure.

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