Split Tunnel VPN Server and NAT Port Forwarding Issues
I was taking too long to find a document to configure vpn server on my 1751, so I ended up using the sdm software. I have everything pretty basic, and 1 NAT port forwarding for vnc port 410xx sent to inside ip 1.1.1.xx
When I setup the vpn with the sdm software, at the end of config, it told me there was a NAT rule that needed to be updated to work with the vpn. I had no clue what that was all about, so I let it do its update on the rule. Well, it changed my:
It changed the rule, and the port forwarding stopped. I deleted it and added my static nat rule back in and viola. My question on this is that normally the vnc port gets forwarded from dialer1 to my pc when I access from remote. When I'm connected via VPN client, however, the only way I can access vnc is back out through the internet. It won't let me access vnc through VPN by just vnc to local 1.1.1.x address with 410xx port number.
How can I set this up to allow both? I would like the remote control session encrypted over the internet (using vpn) anytime that I am connected to my network via vpn.
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