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    VPN to internal IP address

    by shred672 ·


    Good evening all,
    I am hoping that someone can help with the following.
    We have a controller outside of our corporate network that is connected to a 4g router and is connected to our network by VPN. I can use Chrome to view the controllers webpage by entering the VPN IP address (10.x.x.x). For reasons that are too complex to explain I need to be able to make the connection to the controller look as if it is inside our network. Can this be done using port forwarding on our Draytek router or should I be looking elsewhere?

    Thanks in advance for any pointers.

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      “connected to our network by VPN”

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to VPN to internal IP address

      To me this means it is in the network. Maybe there’s more to this story but to me it appears it’s already in the network.

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        by shred672 ·

        In reply to “connected to our network by VPN”

        Thanks for the response. The webpage from 10.x.x.x is routed to a Niagara framework which is then accessed/presented to clients outside of our network via the web. Because the client is not on our network the web page to 10.x.x.x will not display for the client (the client does not have access to the VPN).

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          “outside of our network”

          by rproffitt ·

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          If you are not on your network, this sounds like it’s working as it should.

          That is, if you wanted to show this to folk outside your network you would VPN to your network and then show this device.

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