I have a Cisco SRP527 that I've setup on an offsite warehouse's ADSL connection and thats working fine.
I have also setup and VPN link to a Head Office (which is running a Palo Alto Firewall) and that is also connected and working fine as I'm able to RDP to machines from both locations without any issues
I do however have 2 things I need to finalize on the setup:-
The local LAN of the Cisco is configured on a 10.90.25.x subnet with the router being 10.90.25.16.
1. I cant seem to get into the router from the Head Office location. I am able to ping the PC attached to it and the PC can get back into the Terminal Servers/SQL instances fine.
I presume there is some setting that would allow me access to it from different subnet.
2. The actual PC's at this warehouse don't need nor do I want them to have any access. I more or less want them to route all traffic back through to the Head Office firewall and let it determine what it has access to.
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