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I've got a question concerning a VPN tunnel we've set up. I dont have a lot of knowledge about this subject, so any help would be appreciated.
We've got 2 sites, lets call them Site A and Site B.Site A is behind a Sophos UTM 9 with a local network 192.168.1.0/24Site B is behind a Draytek 2960 with a local network of 10.30.1.0/24.
At this moment we've got a working VPN tunnel between these 2 networks.But on Site B there is another subnet (192.168.0.0/24 with a printer on 192.168.0.250) which we are trying to connect to from Site A.
But I'm not entirely sure on how to get this done. Should I just add this second subnet to the Remote Gateway on the Sophos UTM and configure it on Site B as well?Or do I need to do something entirely different?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated,
That sounds right to me. Just make sure that your firewall section also allows the required traffic to pass from site A to site B too.
Hi, Frank, and welcome to the UTM Community!
If you only want to allow Site A to reach the printer, you can just add it alone to the tunnel. That would let you continue to use automatic firewall rules instead of having to worry about manually-created ones.
Cheers - Bob
although there is wisdom in the previous answers, I actually have had the same issue, with Draytek 28xx Routers.
You have to create a another VPN profile for this scenario to work, this will encompass the second LAN Subnet on Site B.
Draytek Routers have a problem have 2 different Subnets in the same VPN profile (where do you put it?!). On a UTM no problem ...
hope this helps