I have a problem by configuring a complex network.
Let me explain:
There are two places. The headquarter and the branch office.
KWF 6.7.1 with a Appliance with 8 LAN-Ports. 5 of them are for local Subnets (10.0.0.0/255.255.0.0 ; 10.10.0.0./255/255/0.0 ; ...).
The other two are for the internet-connection. At Port1 there is a Modem for SDSL and 5 static IPs (and a default-gateway). On the second Port there´s a normal DSL-Router connected (IP 192.168.250.250 with default-gateway).
On the different subnets there are different servers like email and webservers of different customers. All of them are connected by the SDSL-Connection from outside. All Services are reachable from outside over the SDSL-Connection.
If clients or the Server (Updates) need to go to the internet from inside, there´s the connection with the DSL-Router (fast Dynip-DSL).
This setup works fine like you can see the setup in the attached picture.
KWF 6.7.1 on a Appliance with only 2 Ports. Port 1 goes to the DSL-Modem, the other to the internal Network.
Now I want to setup the VPN-Connection from the Branch-Office LAN to the Headquarters LAN1. The connection can be established, but no ping (no DNS-Resolving). It is now not possible to get to the websites on the webservers on the branch-offce. From outside it works fine.
What do I have to do? Is it possible to get these work?
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