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Access ip from different Subnet via VPN


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frasergall

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Hi,

Our network operates on 192.168.0.* and we are trying to access a device on 192.168.2.1. I have bound 192.168.2.2 in the network card settings of the server but cannot ping the device on 192.168.2.1.
Would anything else need done to the server to allow access to this subnet. Our router is a basic Netgear DG834GT.

Ultimately we are wanting to vpn into the server to allow access to 192.168.2.1

Help appreciated


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allen2

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If the devices and server are on the same physical network (before the router) then there might be network vlan (on the switches or routers) that you need to also check.
Also you should check the windows 2008 firewall settings.
If the devices are not on the same physical network (separated by router(s)) then you should check if the routes are set properly on the router(s).

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frasergall

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Thanks - ill check the firewall on the server - the 192.168.2.1 device is connected to the same network as the office workstations without any extra routers etc.




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