I’m struggling with a configuration with fusion hub in aws as follows
FH in AWS with 2 interfaces on different subnets. WAN and LAN
PBX in AWS with 1 interface on the LAN subnet shared with FH. PBX can ping FH
PBX with AWS LAN address 172.16.1.25/20
FH with AWS LAN address 172.16.1.10/20, ‘route pepvpn traffic to LAN’ enabled.
FH with AWS WAN address 172.16.100.10/20 with NAT
BR1-MINI conning to Elastic IP attached to FH WAN IP
BR1 outbound policy has 192.168.50.0/24 through Speedfusion tunnel.
in AWS I’ve set a route on the PBX subnet for 192.168.50.0/24 to go through the FH LAN interface.
I’ve also tried to set a static route on the PBX to FH’s LAN IP.
I’ve also tried adding ‘Send all traffic to’ and selected the speedfusion profile.
None of this works and I don’t see any way to add the route for 192.168.50.0/24 through the SF tunnel.
note that if I disable both ‘send all traffic to’ SF and ‘route pepvpn traffic to lan’ then I can ping google/public addresses over the tunnel as expected. The tunnel is up.
No matter what I try I can’t get this routed subnet to go over the SF tunnel.
Where’s outbound policy in FH when you need it?