I have 2 routers with a pix in the middle, the pix has an ip of 192.168.1.7 there is then a VPN connection to a remote site with the address range 192.168.254.0
I have added the route as shown below for the 192.168.254.0 network and I can ping Servers on the network from the Router but not from a client on the LAN (address range 192.168.0.0). I know this is basic but my tired mind is getting annoyed! Help!
Is there a route pointing back to 192.168.0.0/24 ? It should be available on all routers/firewalls inbetween the client and servers. To check this, use an extended ping with source IP 192.168.0.254. Per default a router sets the outgoing interface IP as source IP in ICMP packets. So 192.168.1.0/24 might be known to the rest of your network 192.168.0.0/24 might be not (and thus follow the default route into the internet, where it is discarded.).
Second I would check wether the desired traffic is allowed in the VPN tunnel from both sides. My guess however is, that one or two static routes to 192.168.0.0/24 are missing here and there ;-)
Could you please provide the tracert from your PC ? I suspect there is default GW issue or static for return traffic issue.
And please try to ping from the router but use FE0/0 & FE0/1 as the source interface and test again. e.g. Don't type IP address after the "ping" command and hit enter then follow each row to enter the destination IP & source IP.
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