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> I have PPTP with m0n0wall working in the same subnet.
> My firewall has LAN 10.0.0.1 and the PPTP = 10.0.0.79
> , the clients get 10.0.0.80-96
> My servers have 10.0.0.2 and so on until 10.0.0.40
> This works great. My main goal is to get remote
> clients to log in on the network so they can access
> all LAN subnet and use the services on my servers from
> 10.0.0.2 - 40
> Using the current setup I do loose 16 ip's in my
> 10.0.0.0 range.
> Since I wish to increase this number of PPTP clients I
> will loose even more IP's and thats my problem.
> I've checked out
> Tried to use a different subnet for my PPTP and PPTP
I'm currently working on the 7.4. section which is still work in
progress. Please apology if it's not clear enough...
> Example: LAN 10.0.0.1 PPTP 10.0.10.79, clients
> When I try this, PPTP connections work, but I can only
> ping 10.0.0.1 / 10.0.10.79
> Access or pinging to my servers 10.0.0.2 - 40 does not
> What am I doing wrong ? (Do I need a static route?)
Yes, I think you need to add a static route when you use a dedicated
subnet for PPTP clients. In that case, use the PPTP server IP as the
But if I remember well, when your PPTP clients use m0n0wall's WAN
interface as their default gateway (default behavior on Windows and Mac
OS X), you don't have to manually add a route because all your traffic
passes through the PPTP link.
I hope I've made no mistake ;-)