We have a GS724Tv4 Switch and a FVS336Gv2 router that doen't issue DHCP the server does. There are 8 VPN setup. The others all work, but one works on remote stations but not to the servers. Ports 5-8, 9-11, 24-25 are all to servers. I can ping the VPN from a port outside the server ports. If I'm on the Server will not ping. If I'm in a Virtual on the server, I can Ping. Tried Firewalls up down and sideways But I'm just going crazy.Doesn't seem to be an IP problem. I'm just clueless.
VPN IP on the FVS318N is set to 10.30.30.1 subnet 255.255.255.0 gateway 10.30.30.1 passes through a static ip at customer sight.
The router is set up as,
it issues ip 10.30.30.100-150
the devices that I'm ping are printer and scanner
I can ping these front my desktop but not server
at the other end
it hits the FVS336G
has a VPN setup for 10.30.30.0 / 255.255.255.0
No SSL VPN
No VPN Client software
Is that what you wanted ?
Sorry I was away for awhile, We have other that use the same scheme like 19.19 16.16 but I will try that. We had to do something different there. Since it hadn't been working for so log, the ping was dynamics as to static, or atleast that's what someone pointed out but it worked with other's. Thank you VPN Henry
Yeah, sorry it took so long for an answer. The different subnet address for each vpn endpoint would probably have solved the issue.
And dynamic ips will work fine. The only issue is when they change, but since these are 24x7 'on' connections that won't happen unless your internet or routers go down for a day or more. And in that case, you'd probably have bigger issues at that point...