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 From:  "Damian Teasdale" <damte at oppy dot com>
 To:  <m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch>
 Subject:  Routing / IPSec tunnels
 Date:  Fri, 24 Nov 2006 16:36:57 -0800
Head office m0n0wall LAN interface 172.16.200.21 / 22 and is connected
to the internet.
Branch Office m0n0wall LAN interface 172.16.204.21 / 22 and is connected
to the internet.  Branch Office also has Cisco 172.16.204.22 and a few
hosts on 172.16.204 / 22.  Another LAN has been added to the Cisco
192.168.49.192 / 26 on a different interface.
 
At the Branch Office from the m0n0wall (172.16.204.21) I can ping the
hosts on the 192.168.49.192 / 26 network.  I have setup a static route
from the m0n0wall using the Cisco (172.16.204.22) as the gateway.  I
have an IPSec tunnel from head office to the branch office that will
pass the 172.16.. traffic but I need to get the 192.168 traffic from
head office to branch office.
 
Any suggestions how to do this
 
 
Damian Teasdale
Technical Analyst
The Oppenheimer Group
Tel: 604-461-6779
 


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