I’m running a pepvpn between a Balance Core (Main Office) and a Balance 20 (Remote Office).
I used incontrol to set it up and it is working right now for the most part.
The balance 20 is behind another firewall. I set the balance 20 to be in the dmz and for the most part its fine but on voip calls. When I call from the remote network the person I called can not hear me. But when they call me its fine.
As I mentioned the 20 is behind a firewall. In the vpn settings for the Core it shows the private ip of the 20 that it’s getting from the other firewall rather than the public ip. Could that be why the 1 way audio?
Using the layer 2 routing it looks like I can setup the remote network to just be in my own subnet so they all have the same 10.0.0.x ips. Does that need setup on both sides? Meaning, do I need to set that bridging up on both sides? Would the remote router still have a seperate ip? The kb just shows how to do it but doesnt mention doing it on both sides or if I need to do something to the remote side to enable this.
Should both devices be in the same group on incontrol or should they be seperate? I understand the different orgs but not the point of the different groups.