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VPN 3015 -- VPN Client connecting to multiple subnets

We have our VPN Concentrator VPN tunnel set to 167.174.0.0 0.0.255.255. the remote user can access anything on that subnet. However we have servers on a different subnet 192.168.0.0. the remote user cannot access this device of ping it. How do I set up the VPN concentrator to allow the user to see the default subnet and one additional subnet in the internal LAN?

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Re: VPN 3015 -- VPN Client connecting to multiple subnets

simple.

add the additional subnet to your network list that lets them see 167.174.0.0

so, your network list would look like

167.174.0.0/0.0.255.255

192.168.0.0/0.0.255.255

now when he "split tunnels" to get to you, his client will be told one more network to tunnel for. Just make sure your concentrator has a route for

192.168.0.0 to either an internal router, or if its the 3015, and has that 3rd interface, to a directly connected interface.. so just make sure you can ping

192.168.X.X from the concentrator under administration > ping.

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