[Openswan Users] Cannot see opposite subnet from VPN server
arjun at greatgulfhomes.com
Thu May 15 15:23:53 EDT 2008
I have a VPN tunnel established between two subnets:
10.243.102.x - the vpn server is 10.243.102.230 - 220.127.116.11-61.fc6, Linux
Openswan U2.4.5/K18.104.22.168-61.fc6 (netkey)
10.249.100.x - the vpn server is 10.249.100.20 - 22.214.171.124-80.fc7,
Linux Openswan U2.4.7/K126.96.36.199-80.fc7 (netkey)
I find that:
I cannot ping anything in the 10.243.102.x subnet from the 10.249.100.20
I can, obviously, ping anything in the 10.243.102.x subnet from any
other machine in the 10.249.100.x subnet.
I can ping 10.249.100.20 from any machine in the 10.243.102.x subnet.
The converse is also true:
I cannot ping anything in the 10.249.100.x subnet from the
10.243.102.230 machine itself
I can, obviously, ping anything in the 10.249.100.x subnet from any
other machine in the 10.243.102.x subnet.
I can ping 10.243.102.230 from any machine in the 10.249.100.x subnet.
I know that one cannot ping the actual vpn server(s) themselves, so the
above would be normal.
But, it also appears the VPN servers themselves cannot see anything in
the opposite subnet. Is there a way around this ?
I need to pull something from one machine in the 10.243.102.x subnet
onto the 10.249.100.20 machine.
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