Easy VPN server

By vineeshthayath ·
I have configured VPN server on my router, clients are able to connect to VPN server but once it connected there are not able to access local LAN. please help me ASAP

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Port forwarding

by Nimmo In reply to Easy VPN server

You will need to setup port forwarding to allow the connection to be passed through the router.

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How do we set that

by vineeshthayath In reply to Port forwarding

In our router both site to site VPN and VPN server are running

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Port forwarding

by Nimmo In reply to How do we set that

Take a look at this site

look for your model and follow the instructions it's pretty straight forward.

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Could not find 2800 series on this link

by vineeshthayath In reply to Port forwarding

Hi actually i want to configure VPN server on Loop back interface as we dont have any physical interface is it possible? could you please send a sample configuration for this. I want to configure easy VPN server on a site to site VPN configured router.

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by Nimmo In reply to Could not find 2800 serie ...

You say it's a 2800 what brand is it? Cisco, Draytek etc..

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Why would you port forward a VPN connection?

by 1bn0 In reply to Port forwarding

VPN is designed to give controlled access to the network.

Forwarding the ports on the router gives OPEN ACCESS to hose ports on the maachine/device the ports are forwarded to.

TO: vineeshthayath

Check your documentation or contact the device vendor. It sounds like your configuration for VPN may be incorrect or incomplete.

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Why port forward

by Nimmo In reply to Why would you port forwar ...

You would want to port forward if you have services that you need to allow outside traffic to access, such as an SMTP server, web server, terminal server etc....

You would also do it to specify what connections can pass through or be re-directed by the router. You need rules in the router so it knows where to send traffic.

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VPN on Loopback

by vineeshthayath In reply to Why port forward

Can i configure VPN server on loopback interface on cisco 2801 router

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