when on the 192.168.130.x network and trying to get to the video camera system on port 80 on 192.168.140.200 or vnc to this machine (port 5900) this works fine.
Now if someone external to the company wants to get on the Video camera machine, or to vnc onto this machine I set up the NAT rules to forward ports 80 and 5900 to the internal PC. The external person can then vnc or view the web interface for the cameras, However if on the 192.168.130.x network you can no longer vpn or go to http://192.168.140.200
Removing the nat rules solves the problem but I want to have my cake and eat it too. Is there a command I can issue that will tell the router to ignore NAT rules for VPN traffic?
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