We currently have two firewalls, one (FW1) for controlling network access and VPN clients, another (FW2) solely used to maintain a VPN tunnel to a remote network. All clients currently have a default gateway of FW1.
How would we go about getting FW1 to route packets destined for the remote network via the VPN on FW2?
We could add persistant routes on all workstations but this would be a messy solution. We would also like to allow VPN 3.5 clients (coming in on FW1) to do the same.
FW1 already has a route added to the remote network (the gateway being FW2's inside interface) and can ping hosts the other side of the VPN.
FW1 inside 172.17.0.1/16 - (VPN Clients coming in on 172.17.30.0)
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