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I am an administrator of a companies network which uses KWF 6.0.2 which is setup using the Traffic Policy wizard to enable VPN.

The setup is as follows:
* Router ( <> KWF Server (
* KWF Server ( <> Corporate Network (192.168.1.x)

The VPN setup is as follows:
* KWF VPN Server ( <> VPN Clients (192.168.5.x)

Now everything works fine, all users of the network have no problems.

However, when I VPN in, I can ping any computer on the 192.168.1.x network (including the server). But I am unable to ping the VPN Clients IP address (say from the KWF machine. This makes it impossible to use Windows Networking.

I added a ROUTE mapping to another machine I have close-by...


And this is able to ping (VPN Server), but again it is unable to ping (VPN Client). Yet, the VPN client can see this machine!

Any ideas?

[Updated on: Tue, 24 August 2004 16:28]


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Upon upgrading to 6.0.4 (I avoided 6.0.3!) this hasn't made any difference... Everything above still applies as it did before.

Any comments / assistance would be muchos gracias!
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