We have recently added a Cisco 1841 router to serve as a link between our two sites.
I have designated the 1841 as our subnets gateway and then made a default route that sends any internet requests out our firewall. Similar to the path below.
000.000.000.000 255.255.252.0 10.33.0.1
Since I made this change, our ability to use remote desktop from outside has stopped working. The only change here has been the addition of the router so I am certain that I am missing a step to open up port 3389 or allow communication with our firewall. We use a VPN as well and that allows us to connect but I can not ping any local machines or servers.
Re: Remote Access disabled after installation of 1841
I was able to solve the issue with the help of Sonicwall's support. It seems that the VPN settings were not assigning my remote users a local ip address for our LAN. I just had to point the VPN clients to our DHCP and all is back to normal. Not sure if the router had anything to do with it.
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