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printing through remote access vpn

By Cudmasters Los ·
i have set up a remote access vpn, network is on 10. vpn pool is 192. I can ping the printer on the 10. but when the add printer looks for the printer's ip i get the generic card, which i know means it can't find the printer. Any ideas?


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Most VPN devices do not allow split-tunneling

by robo_dev In reply to printing through remote a ...

as it is a big security risk.

Split tunneling means that the VPN tunnel is allowed to be extended over a different subnet, such as the home LAN of the VPN-attached client.

What VPN solution are you using, and is split-tunneling enabled?

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split tunnel

by Cudmasters Los In reply to Most VPN devices do not a ...

it is enable, however it wasn't specified, so i specified the acl which is the ipsec policy. i have a cisco 1811 router. using remote access vpn, cisco VPN client to connect.

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by Cudmasters Los In reply to split tunnel

Got It Fixed, mtu size was too small

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by robo_dev In reply to Fixed

So the printer connection was just dropping packets...go figure.

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