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VPN Split Tunneling and Multiple Subnets

Discussion in 'Networking Issues' started by Jason Howe, Nov 16, 2012.

  1. Jason Howe

    Jason Howe Serious Server Member

    Hi all,

    I have an issue with our RV042's and our vpn setup. Here's the scenario:

    - 2 locations, each location has an RV042 running Gateway to Gateway VPN
    - Location 1 RV042 has multiple subnets
    Subnet 1: 192.168.101.0
    Subnet 2: 192.168.104.0
    Location 2 RV042 has only one subnet: 192.168.0.0
    - The gateway to gateway vpn works fine for users from Location 2 to connect to Location 1 on
    the 192.168.101.0 subnet, however, it will not connect to the 192.168.104.0 subnet.

    This is basically my issue. We run a voip system on the 192.168.104.0 subnet. The only way users at Location 2 can access it is by connecting to Location 1 via a ubuntu vpn on the .101.0 subnet. Once they connect to that, they can use their voip softphone software without any problems. What I want them to be able to do is connect to both subnets at Location 1 using the Gateway to Gateway vpn we have setup on the RV042 (thereby negating the need to connect to another vpn server). The reason I want them to do this is because when they connect to the ubuntu vpn server, it disables their ability to surf websites. This is a split tunneling issue. I can have them check off the checkbox in windows to not use the default gateway of the remote network, however if they do that, they lose access to the voip subnet (192.168.104.0), meaning they no longer can use their voip phone software.

    Bit of a long winded story, so if you need me to clarify, just let me know.

    Thanks in advance for your help!
     
  2. cbhattarai

    cbhattarai Serious Server Member

    Did you try to change the subnet mask before?
     

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