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Hello, I have one of my RED sites connected, I can ping the RED device, but I cannot ping a device behind it. Before I can try my other sites I need to figure out this mess I created.
I have probably messed up my FW rules or routing as no combination I have tried so far works. If someone could show examples maybe?
this is how I have things set up...
My XG local LAN IP is 192.168.1.1 my RED local LAN IP is 192.168.4.1 I can ping the RED from my desktop behind the XG.
My RED is defined in ZONE (created by me) REDZONE, no tunnel compression (maybe after I get the pinging working)...
I defined a host for my RED subnet LOCATION4 and a host for my XG subnet LOCATION1
I have a FW rule RED2LAN - Source Zones: REDZONE, Source Networks: LOCATION4, all the time, Destination Zone: LAN, Destination Network: LOCATION1, Services ANY
2nd FW rule LAN2RED - Source Zones: LAN, Source Network: LOCATION1, all the time, Destination Zone: REDZONE, Destination Network: LOCATION4, Services ANY
Created a Policy Route Interface RED4, Source Network LOCATION4, Destination Network: LOCATION1, any service
2nd Policy Route Route Interface RED4, Source Network LOCATION1, Destination Network: LOCATION4, any service (I tried LAN1 as well)
Routing GW for both is the same port that the RED connects to.
Lost for now...
Thanks in advance.
send me a PM and I will try to help you on your config.
In reply to lferrara:
Solved as per our conversation
In reply to DonV:
The problem was:
2 Different Public Ip configured on 2 different physical ports. This is not possible because routing table get confused. UTM9 allows this (even if it is not correct).