I'm trying to setup a VPN connection to my local network, specifically to connect to a CCTV DVR which has an IP address of 192.168.150.50 on the network. The software supplied to view the cameras connects to 192.168.150.50:15000
I have successfully created an IPSec VPN tunnel from my Office (192.168.101.0/255.255.255.0) and as far as I can tell the connection is good, but I can't make contact with anything on my local network. Using a program called NetScan I can 'see' two of my computers on the local network at 192.168.150.10 and 192.168.150.13 but I can't see any shares on either machine. I can also ping both these machines from my office.
I know that the CCTV system is available on the local network, I can connect to it no problem from any of the computers on the LAN, but it doesn't show at the other end of the VPN tunnel.
My Office has a Netgear router, the Home Office is the location of the WRVS4400N.
Ultimately I would like to use QuickVPN so that I can access the cameras from any location using a laptop.
Previously I had a similar setup with a very old Draytek router working flawlessly.
And here was me thinking that newer technology would be easier!