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  1. Routes: Server tab (Ihave checked and...

    Routes:



    Server tab (Ihave checked and uncked NAT OpenVPN Traffic to test):
    10706

    Groups tab:
    10707
  2. Yes. Yes. I have to manually input the...

    Yes.

    Yes.

    I have to manually input the external IP for OpenVPN client to reflect the site public IP.
  3. 1194 UDP/TCP forwarded. And, yes, I exported the...

    1194 UDP/TCP forwarded. And, yes, I exported the internal networks.
  4. I can't ping internal network when connected to VPN

    Remote users can ping UT server IP address, but not access internal network via FQDN or IP.

    Internet --> Comcast modem (10.1.10.1) --> UT server (10.1.10.60 / 172.16.2.1) --> 2019 Windows domain...
  5. Already tried that. Same error. Possible...

    Already tried that. Same error.

    Possible incompatibility?

    Here are the specs of the machine I'm using:

    Intel Celeron Processor J1900 (Quad-Core 2M Cache, 2 GHz, up to 2.42 GHz)*
    Power...
  6. Unable to run Intrusion Prevention setup wizard

    I am getting the following error when trying to initially run the IP setup wizard:

    ________________________

    Exception name: TypeError

    Exception message: Cannot convert undefined or null to...
  7. You were right! Thank you! I had a DNS override...

    You were right! Thank you!
    I had a DNS override set to 68.87.68.162. Removed that and voila!
    Thank you so much everybody for your help!
  8. That is correct. I set it up this way initially...

    That is correct. I set it up this way initially so that I could extend my WiFi signal without having to connect to different SSIDs, and so that I could connect wired clients without having to fish...
  9. No problem! I was able to ping all the DNS...

    No problem!

    I was able to ping all the DNS addresses and they pinged correctly with very little latency.
  10. I can ping 4.2.2.1. Performed a traceroute on...

    I can ping 4.2.2.1.

    Performed a traceroute on one of the wireless devices and got this:

    192.168.1.1
    96.120.4.33
    68.85.36.181
    68.85.109.37
    4.68.71.45
    4.2.2.1
  11. Okay, so I was able to turn off DHCP server....

    Okay, so I was able to turn off DHCP server. Still no luck.

    As far as the MACs, they are all correct and match up.
  12. That's the setup I am using, yes.

    That's the setup I am using, yes.
  13. You are correct! It had been turned off earlier....

    You are correct! It had been turned off earlier. I witnessed that. Maybe a bug in this firmware. Grrrr

    http://i67.tinypic.com/1zlt2jn.jpg
  14. Forgive me for my ignorance, but I am not quite...

    Forgive me for my ignorance, but I am not quite sure I am understanding you. Are you saying my gateway SHOULD stay at 192.168.1.1? Or are you saying that it is staying that way but should not be?
  15. LOL I know they are. Got one for free when the...

    LOL I know they are. Got one for free when the company I worked for went out of business, and the other was an RMA for a broken one laying around. Never would have bought them for myself otherwise :D...
  16. Phone: http://i66.tinypic.com/s2zndj.png

    Phone:

    http://i66.tinypic.com/s2zndj.png
  17. Screenshots of my router setups: R7000...

    Screenshots of my router setups:

    R7000 (connected to UT) (192.168.1.2):
    http://i63.tinypic.com/s3mqtd.jpg
    http://i63.tinypic.com/xgk1a0.jpg
    http://i68.tinypic.com/mhtzkk.jpg...
  18. Yes. The default gateway on the wireless devices...

    Yes. The default gateway on the wireless devices is pointing to UT (192.168.1.1).
  19. No internet access for wireless AP clients

    Hi all! Newb here, looking to learn a lot.
    I have looked over Google and the UT forums trying to figure this out, but I am stumped.

    My setup is:
    modem(bridged) <---> UT <---> R7000 <ZZZ> R7000...
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