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Jirka_B

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Hi,
Pleas, can my anybody explain, how is possible add routing from VPN to the LOCAL LAN NETWORK ??

VPN client have access to the Internet WAN OK.
Bud I need access to the local LAN infrastructure - routing from VPN to LAN.
I need, that all authorize VPN client obtain automatic IP access to all local infrastructure network.


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thx for help.

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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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create a traffic rule allowing source VPN clients and destination Local LAN (no NAT).

Also computers in LAN must have Control as default gateway.

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Jirka_B

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thx, work!!
problem was default gateway
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mehrazma

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is it possible to explain more about it?
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Jirka_B

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What you need more explain?
For me this is solution for servers farm where klient use IPsec tunel ...
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mehrazma

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thats my problem:
i have two branches have kerio tunnel between theme
my kerio server ping eachother
i have routing rule for both my subnets.
clients from any subnets cant ping other clients in other subnets

if client connect vpn client to other server they can use services in other subnets.
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Jirka_B

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mehrazma wrote on Mon, 11 November 2013 06:43
thats my problem:
i have two branches have kerio tunnel between theme
my kerio server ping eachother
i have routing rule for both my subnets.
clients from any subnets cant ping other clients in other subnets

if client connect vpn client to other server they can use services in other subnets.



This is not me situation - my problem was a virtual farm of servers where one server is KERION and other virtual machines in same locations had connect thought "LAN" (no public) connection.
This is solution, where client had access through authorize VPN (L2TP tunnel) to the KERIO and after this obtain connect to the internal LAN for all virtual servers.
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