I got an WRVS4400N router and some clients they use the QuickVPN client.
I had the firewall set a DMZ to the router and the router set the firewall off and Block Wan request set off.
The clients now can make a VPN connection to the router and works fine.
But the thing is that i can ping some devices and some devices that not repond.
When i do a ping test in the router, the device will respond successfully.
Got some network printers, network harddisks and VoIP base stations with webinterfaces to configure the device.
So for example:
VoiP Basestation ping respond internal and external over VPN but cannot open the web interface over VPN, but internal the webinterface will open.
Printer 1 ping respond internal and external over VPN but cannot open the web interface over VPN, but internal the webinterface will open.
Printer 2 ping respond internal and external over VPN and open the web interface over VPN and internal.
Network harddisk 1 ping respond internal and external over VPN and open the web interface over VPN and internal and also can open the sharefolders.
Network harddisk 2 ping respond internal and not external over VPN and does not open the web interface over VPN, but internal the webinterface will open. Also i can internal open the sharefolders but over VPN i cannot open the share folders.
So... Why some devices works perfectly and some don't ?
All devices has the same subnet and network devices such as network harddisks, printers and voip base stations does not have any firewall.
When i open the routers webinterface and go to: Administration > Diagnostics, and do a ping test, al devices respond and in the internal network all devices are working perfectly.
But with an VPN connection from an external location some devices give a respond on a ping request and some don't. Some devices i can reach on the webinterface and some don't.
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