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MX100 communication problem with Active Directory

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MX100 communication problem with Active Directory

Greetings,


I have my MX100 with another MX100 in Spare mode and I have proceeded to make the following configuration:
Wan 1: 172.20.2.0/24 ISP 100 MB
Wan 2: 192.168.0.0/16 ISP 300 MB

In these MX I have configured 2 lan:
- Id lan 1 External 192.168.51.0/24
- Id lan 20 Internal 192.168.52.0/24

I have configured the lan 20 output rules for Wan 1 and lan 1 for wan 2

Everything works perfectly, lan 20 communicates with the servers that are behind 172.20.2.0 and when I do speed test it shows me the 2 speeds of the routers according to which lan is connected.

The problem comes when I want to configure Active directory with Meraki, I go to SD-WAN> Active Directory and configure everything leaving the configuration like this:
Short domain Ip server Admin.domain password state
Contoso 172.20.2.X XXX XXXX XXXX accept

I find the groups, but the problem is when I want to save the configuration, I get the following error:

There have been errors when saving this configuration:
The IP address 172.20.2.X is not on a configured local subnet, nor a remote subnet on the VPN.


Can someone help me? 

 

 

Thanks so much!

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Re: MX100 communication problem with Active Directory

Yeh, that's an annoying one. You have a firewall rule configured with a subnet, the one in the error, that doesn't exist in the Addressing & VLANs page. Go modify or delete that firewall rule and this error will go away.

 

 

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Re: MX100 communication problem with Active Directory

Greetings,


First of all, thank you for answering.

In rules of the firewall I have gone to I don't appear any rule configured in the matter, I leave capture so that you see the problem in the matter

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If anyone else can help me, I'd be very grateful.

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Re: MX100 communication problem with Active Directory

Oh shoot, sorry @lmruiz , that error can pop up in a few different ways. I didn't notice that it was complaining about your AD server. 

 

Is your AD server in a subnet attached to the MX? Or does the MX have a route to the destination if it's not attached?

 

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Re: MX100 communication problem with Active Directory

The AD is at 172.20.2.20 (ip distributed by the AD) and users will connect to 192.168.52.0/24.

There are flow preference rules configured and I want users to log in by AD in meraki

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Re: MX100 communication problem with Active Directory

Is 172.20.2.20 in a subnet directly connected to the MX? Do you have an entry for that subnet in the Addressing & VLANs page?

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Re: MX100 communication problem with Active Directory

the 172.20.2.20 is a subnet that enters through wan 1 and there is no rule defined for this in the section of SD-WAN--> Vlan and address.

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Re: MX100 communication problem with Active Directory

OK, this is the problem... Why is your AD server out an "Internet" port on the MX? It should be on the LAN side.

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Re: MX100 communication problem with Active Directory

Should I change the ip to the AD and put one of the lanes on it?

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