Trying to stumble my way through this but am having difficulties with the subnet connections: I cannot see devices on the other subnet from either one. From forum reading, I am guessing this is a static routes or NAT issue, but I have enough questions to post it. Networking is not my strong point, but i am comfortable with much of it given enough direction.
Site 1: ISP static_ip1 – PepWaveSoho - LAN 192.168.0.0 /24 - does not need bonding capability but does need VPN
- firmware 6.2.2
Site 2: ISP static_ip2 – Balance380 – FW - LAN --10.1.0.0/22
- Balance 380 has firmware 6.1.2
- this is the main site with ~300 devices, but only 2 or 3 need the PepVPN connection to site1
- has DHCP and DNS on local server (with AD)
- has 3 WAN connections, Drop-In mode on WAN2
- FW firewall is Cisco5510
GOAL: I need to be able to share files from Site1 server to just 3 PCs on Site2.
I established a point-to-point PepVPN connection between them easily. It shows some minor traffic as per InControl2 and tests fine.
I can ping both Peplink devices and gateways from either side. I allowed firewall access to ports (tcp 32015, UDP 4500) from both sides. I set up a static route on site2 for the 10.1.0.0/22 subnet pointing to Gateway=static_Ip2
PROBLEM: I cannot see any device on the other side of the VPN from either end (not visible site1 to site2); no pings, no file shares, nada.
What else do I need to do? (perhaps enable DHCP on the pep device/s)? What did I do wrong? (perhaps no need for a static route on the Balance 380?)
I followed the guide http://www.peplink.com/knowledgebase/design-and-implement-peplink-speedfusion-site-to-site-vpn-with-drop-in-mode/ but in this case, the Wave SOHO does not have drop in mode (not that I think this makes much difference, but the guide was good for design).
Thanks for the help.