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Thread: Remote Access VPN problem

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    Default Remote Access VPN problem

    I have setup VPN on VPN-1 Server, basic access using SecuRemote client.

    I am able to establish the connection from my laptop and it connects ok. I am not able to access any of my network through the connection.

    The client doesnt give an IP address to my machine so what address do I appear to be coming from to a server on the network?

    Internal network 192.100.150.0/24

    My Home address is 192.100.152.0/24 so dont see conflict there.
    Last edited by rasoftware; 2006-03-03 at 08:57.

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    Default Re: Remote Access VPN problem

    That's correct, you don't get assigned an IP address unless using Secure Client and Office Mode.

    Therefore you're client 'exists' as 192.100.152.x, but on the inside interface of the firewall.

    All you need is a security rule along the lines of:

    SOURCE DESTINATION VPN Action

    remote_access_group internal_network Remote Access Accept

    This is fine for a simple setup.

    Give that a go, it should work as it sounds like you have the Remote Access Community setup correctly.

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    Default Re: Remote Access VPN problem

    The rule post wasn't that clear:

    SOURCE: remote_access_group

    DESTINATION: internal_network (or host, etc.)

    VPN: Remote Access

    Action: Accept

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    Default Re: Remote Access VPN problem

    hi,

    i have SecuRemote Clients that connecting to my checkpoint. All of them get assigned a private IP Address from a defined IP-NAT-Pool. So i can route traffic back to these private address range. But sure there is nothing like a virtual network adapter that have this ip.

    cheers,

    Stefan

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    Default Re: Remote Access VPN problem

    Make sure your internal network(192.100.150.0/24) routes the traffic thru the VPN Gateway. Use Firewalls interface as the gateway on internel network.

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