PepVPN Question


#1

Site A: Balance 20 (1 public static) LAN Data/native = 192.168.1.0/24 LAN VoIP/ID 10 = 10.20.10.0/24

  • Inter vlan are enabled for both LANs

Site B: Balance 20 (Dynamic public IP) LAN Data/native = 172.6.18.0/24 LAN VoIP/ID 20 = 10.20.20.0/24

  • Inter vlan are enabled for both LANs

*There is 1 server a each location that both locations need access to.
*Phones talk to Hosted Data Center
*PepVPN is connected and both sides have NAT disabled in the PepVPN profile.

Issue:

  1. 1 locations had a power outage and came back up and Site A computers were getting the 172 scheme and vise versa for Site B. How does that happen?
  2. I don’t want either of the VoIP subnets passing through the PepVPN profile because they are talking to hosted data centers. How do I fix this?

Thanks


#2

Hi,

This is strange and should not happen. I suspect there is another DHCP server at Site A native vlan. Have you check the DHCP server for 172.x.x.x by using ipconfig/all (Windows PC) as below? Same IP with Site B native Vlan DHCP server?

You may configure Internal Network Firewall Rules (Network > Access Rule > Internal Network Firewall Rules) as below.

Site A


Site B


Hope this help.


#3

Thanks a lot.