Two IP ranges

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Gall108
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Two IP ranges

Post by Gall108 » Sun Mar 01, 2020 7:14 pm

Hi all,

I have a problem with setting up VPN access for my users using SofEther. They need to access to two IP ranges: 192.168.2.x-254 and 10.8.88.x-254. After setting everything up, I can access stuff on 10.8.88.x IP range, but not on 192.168.2.x. I've added static routes to SecureNats routing table, but it didn't change anything. Only thing that changed is that for a few seconds after disabling and then enabling SecureNat, I can ping both of these addresses but only for a few seconds ( it sends 3-4 ping packets, after which there is no response from 192.168.2.x, only 10.8.88.x works). If anyone have any idea how to set this up I would be very grateful. Thanks.

artioni81
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Re: Two IP ranges

Post by artioni81 » Sun Mar 15, 2020 2:55 pm

Gall108 wrote:
Sun Mar 01, 2020 7:14 pm
Hi all,

I have a problem with setting up VPN access for my users using SofEther. They need to access to two IP ranges: 192.168.2.x-254 and 10.8.88.x-254. After setting everything up, I can access stuff on 10.8.88.x IP range, but not on 192.168.2.x. I've added static routes to SecureNats routing table, but it didn't change anything. Only thing that changed is that for a few seconds after disabling and then enabling SecureNat, I can ping both of these addresses but only for a few seconds ( it sends 3-4 ping packets, after which there is no response from 192.168.2.x, only 10.8.88.x works). If anyone have any idea how to set this up I would be very grateful. Thanks.
Do the IP ranges talk to each other?

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