I have a problem with a VPN tunnel which works partially. For your understanding I will explain the context: I have two routers in the network, one used as a gateway (router 'A' – IP 192.168.0.1) and one for creating the VPN tunnel (router "B" – IP 192.168.0.30), both have public addresses on the WAN and both have the LAN interface connected in the same network. IP address allocation is done by a SBS W2K3 server.
All workstations have the router “A” as gateway and are in the same class When the VPN tunnel is up I can not reach from outside the local network workstations (IP 192.168.0.3 - for example), I can see only internal IP router “B”, although the tunnel is passed all class configuration addresses (Local Security Group Type : Subnet ) When I change the configuration of a workstation and put the router "B" as gateway instead of "A" everything goes OK.
The same symptoms are when I try to forward a external port to an internal IP.
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