Tomato OpenVPN Tunneling working - but can't ping server LAN

Discussion in 'Tomato Firmware' started by mcmcguirl, Oct 12, 2010.

  1. mcmcguirl

    mcmcguirl Networkin' Nut Member

    Hi all, I've searched around here for what I'm doing wrong, but haven't found an answer yet. I'm very new to the VPN scene, but after a few days I got the main tunnel functioning, but now I'm stuck.

    I can ping each router from the other just fine using their actual IP address, and can ping the client using the virtual address, but I can't ping (access) a computer upstream of the server router... you know, my main goal in setting this thing up in the first place. :)

    I don't believe I've really done much in the port forwarding/windows firewall areas, so perhaps I just need to do something there?

    In any event here are my current settings for VPN:
    Server Basic:
    Server Advanced:
    Client Basic:
    Client Advanced:

    I'd appreciate any help/advice - thanks!
  2. SgtPepperKSU

    SgtPepperKSU Network Guru Member

    The entry in the client-specific options table does not have a valid subnet. It needs to be the subnet of the client LAN (eg,, not the VPN tunnel address of the client router (which I assume is what you have in there now).
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