Asy our PPTP subnet and your internal LAN is different it needs routing for this to work. Make sure
the clients have checked "use deafult gateway of remote connection" (not sure how it is called in
the english version exactly but it's under advanced properties of TCP/IP protocol at windows
clients). Also make sure the LAN clients have a route back to the PPTP subnet. This is only needed
in case that the m0n0 is not the default gateway of the LAN clients. If this is the case just add a
route at your default gateway pointing towards the m0n0 LAN-IP as gateway for the pptp subnet.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Peter Lauda [mailto:plauda at rx30 dot com]
> Sent: Tuesday, June 27, 2006 4:06 PM
> To: m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
> Subject: [m0n0wall] PPTP VPN not working
> I've got 1.2b9 installed and running as a corp firewall and
> I'm trying to setup PPTP VPN capability for it. I've follwed
> the docs to set up users and some basic rules to allow 'any'
> connection type to 'any' machine. When my users get connected
> and get their address assigned, they then cannot access
> anything in the internal network at all.
> The IP of monowall to our inside net is 192.168.0.70
> The IP range being handed out to VPN clients is
> 192.168.11.100 + and the IP for the monowall's side of the
> PPTP is 192.168.11.1
> There is an external address for the monowall box as well and
> I'm coming through a switch directly to that WAN interface in
> my testing.
> Does any one have anythoughts on how I can troubleshoot this
> or what I may be missing?
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