Am 04.02.2014 17:38, schrieb Lee Sharp:
> Yes, you are correct that both local subnets have to be different. This
> is just a simple IP routing requirement. My point was in CIDR notation.
> A subnet is often represented as a network number and netmask.
> 192.168.4.0/24 for example. But it can also be represented by the first
> IP address and subnet, like 192.168.4.1/24. Both refer to the exact
> same network. In theory, so would 192.168.56/24 but nobody uses that.
Thank you Lee for pointing this out. I've done my homework correctly and
have watched out for these errors. They didn't come up in my
configuration which I have tested.
I don't really know what the specific error in my scenario was, but now
it is working brilliantly. I ping a host, first ping times out, but
second one gets through.
I think it might be some setting with the 3DES, AES and the hash
algorithms. The Fritz!Box excepts just a few and they have to match on
both sides, but sadly the manufacturer AVM does not disclose them properly.
Nevertheless, thank you again for your replies.
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