From: "Alberto (Warfox) De Boni" <warfox at neobe dot it>
> Now i'm facing another problem. I've currently set up a VPN betwenn our
> two offices with two Monowall and all works fine.
> But i've got a problem with our programmers. They needs to connect in VPN
> from a third office that should not enter into the VPN.
> I try to explain better: this office should not enter into our VPN because
> its a customer. But we're doing a consultant for them and so when we go
> there we should connect with laptop to our network. I've tried to use the
> "mobile client VPN setup" but it doesn't work.
> I think that kind of configuration works just if laptop connects directly
> to internet.
What kind of "VPN" are your trying? I use PPTP behind NAT and firewalls all
> In this case we'va a router handling connections and doing DHCP stuff.
> The two subnet are completly different.
> Is there a way to establish a connection between a laptop behind a router
> and monowall? Have to say that monowall has a public static IP.
What router is at the client site? (Please don't say Cisco) You may need
the client to enable VPN. On Cisco it is a little extra PITA to make it