hi, I have two offices in remote locations connected to each other using two RV042 routers and VPN tunneling in between them. Following is my setup. Office A : 192.168.10.x Office B: 192.168.20.x Also, i can connect to router in the office A from any other remote location using router to client vpn. Same with the router in the office B.
I am able to access remote machines from either location that means i can access office A devices from office B and vice versa. But if i connect to office A through a vpn client and then try to access device in office B i am not able to. I cant ever ping to devices. Same is true if i use vpn client to connect to office B and try to access devices in office A.
I think there is some type of routing issues. I have tried enabling RIP protocol on both the routers but it didnt help. Can anyone help me in this respect. Again i am using linksys RV042 router.
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