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    Question Add static route with next hop being Router IP at remote end of IPsec VPN tunnel?

    Very new to untangle, and am enjoying it so far. What I can't figure out is how to route a local subnet on Untagle to the router at the remote end of a IP sec VPN tunnel that I have set up between my place (Untangle end) and my Grandparents (Draytek end).

    My normal range is 10.100.1.0/24 with my gateway being 10.100.1.1.

    My Grandparents range is 10.100.12.0/24 with their gateway being 10.100.12.1

    Routing between these two subsets via the IPsec tunnel works fine and is functioning as intended.


    I have also introduced a new subnet range at my end of 10.100.4.0/24 with the gateway being 10.100.4.1; I basically want to send all external destined traffic (i.e. 0.0.0.0/0.0.0.0) on this subnet to the 10.100.12.1 router at my Grandparents end.

    I have already configured Policy based routing on their router to send 10.100.4.0/24 traffic back up the VPN tunnel to 10.100.1.1.

    How do I do this, I basically want to have a local LAN at my end that will route all non-internal traffic down the IPSec VPN tunnel to my Grandparents 10.100.12.1 router?

    Regards: Elliott.

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    Edit: I have a bigger problem: Clients coming in on a IPsec VPN connection can not see the remote end of a site-2-site network.

    i.e. I VPN into Untangle via my iPhone using IPsec (Xauth/IKEv2 address pool), and then I can not see the 10.100.12.0/24 range from my iPhone whilst connected to the VPN.

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    2nd Edit: I have resolved the issue of the client IPSec VPN's not being able to access the the 10.100.12.0/24 range at the remote end of the IPSec site-2-site VPN Tunnel by adding a static route of 10.100.12.0/24 to 10.100.1.1, even though Untangle flags up a warning about it being an invalid route.

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