On 7/25/05, Karsten dot Thomsen at smg dot dk <Karsten dot Thomsen at smg dot dk> wrote:
> Hi Chris
> I'm sorry that I didn't just listen to your first mail, I don't think that I
> need to tell you that it works now after adding my home LAN to my work default
told ya. ;)
> I have another question that I also need help to, I have a VPN connection at
> work to a company in Norway, and there is a server that I'll like to access,
> The route is added to the default gateway and I can access the server form work,
> but I cant from home.
> My ip at work is 172.22.200.x/24 and the server in Norway is 172.20.20.x, I have
> a route at my default gateway that routes 172.20.20.0/24 to 172.22.200.2 (that
> is the cisco VPN box) but I can't ping the 172.22.200.2 from home.
You'll actually have to add a second VPN tunnel between your two
m0n0walls for that subnet to get it to work. Not the cleanest
solution, but it's the only way to make it work (and it works fine).