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Mar 5th, 2009
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I configured ezvpn on router to provide connectivity to remote user. I defined pool range and enable split tunneling. Remote site (from where users are dialing) is having two local networks there i.e. (users network), (server farm) Now i am facing problem when user connect vpn, he can ping central IPs and its192.168.1.0/24 network but unable to access network there. when i see users PC routing table (route print) after connecting VPN, all traffic for is going through VPN.

Central Site (10.x.x.x)---------------ezvpn ( (users network, server network

If i changes pool range from (class B ) to (class C), it start working fine

Any way to solve this issue..

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ggilbert Fri, 03/06/2009 - 06:42
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On the router, you cant set a network mask for the pool - unfortunately. So, it will use the default mask according to the pool range you have set.

Your analysis is correct. The option would be to change the pool to a different network.

Hope this helps.




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