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I'm having problems reaching any of my remote sites when I'm connected to the office via VPN.

Here's my setup:
Internet with KFW ( directly attached. Behind the firewall is my corporate LAN (192.168.100.XXX). There is also a router ( on the LAN from my network service provider that is connecting into an MPLS cloud that interconnects all of our remote sites and corporate office.

If I'm logged on to the firewall itself, I'm able to ping the remote sites. If I'm logged on to the network via VPN, I can only communicate with devices on the corporate LAN.

Other interesting information:
- The LAN side of the KFW does not have a default gateway set. Should it?
- At one point I was using the KFW as the default gateway for all of the PC's at the office. I created routes to all of the remote sites that pointed to the network service provider's router. I'm thinking that this is the only reason that I can ping the remote sites from the KFW machine.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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