Loving this so far, I've just got a few questions about empty logs that I'll put into a separate post...
My current question is this: When you enable OpenVPN for remote clients, create an address pool (172.16.16.0/24) and export the local LAN (10.0.100.1/24), does untangle automatically create the firewall rules to allow those two networks to talk?
I ask this b/c I am able to successfully connect from my laptop to the Untangle box using the OpenVPN client, but I can't access anything on the LAN (no ping or anything). The default action for my firewall is set to block and if I change it to pass, ping starts to work and I can access LAN resources.
So with a default action of block on the firewall, do I need to create my own firewall rules to allow OpenVPN to work? I've tried creating rules to pass all traffic between the two networks but it doesn't seem to work....not sure if I'm doing the rules wrong or not.
Thanks for the help.
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