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Lyconal

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Hi guys,

Seem to have an issue with my setup.

Currently have a network with LAN-LAN profiles (VPNS fixed router to router).
I wish to install WinRoute at the main office to filter internet traffic.
I have setup WinRoute as follows:

NIC1 - Connects to Inet Router (IP 192.168.21.1)
NIC2 - Connects to internal main office LAN (New Subnet: 192.168.10.xxx)

Problem I have is that I need people from lan-lan to get into main office lan.

How do I do this? (Cannot set up a VPN to the LAN-LAN routers, as will not allow me?)

Any help?

Cheers
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Lyconal

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Solved the issue.

They only need to connect to the main office lan via RDP to a computer.

So I have fixed that rule, and everybody can connect over RDP to the machine Very Happy

Next problem is, that is keeps giving users black screen and/or disconnecting them all together?

I have set timeout to be 8 hours?

Any other setting I may need to tweak? (Will they require a user setting up with their WANIP for auto-authentication to stop this maybe?)

Cheers
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