Lan-to-Lan Vpn works but can't access internal resources
I am working on setting up a lan-to-lan vpn between an 1811 router and 851 router. I have the configuration set so that I can ping servers and computers on both sides of the vpn. The tunnel seems to be up, but I think I am missing a step here. I have a server and exchange server behind one side of the vpn tunnel. I thought that with the tunnel set up I could log-in just like I was in the local office, but my exchange and network drives won't connect. Am i missing something in DNS or routing somewhere?
Re: Lan-to-Lan Vpn works but can't access internal resources
Thank you for your help that was exactly what was wrong. Could you tell me how to check that you solved the problem. I don't see a box or area to designate this. I want to make sure you get credit for your help.
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