I have a setup with a peplink balance router with DHCP on several VLANs. Now I would like to have a VPN connection to one of the VLANs. I manage to get a vpn connection to the default Lan, but I don’t know where I can let it route to another vlan. Is this even possible? Where should I do that?
By default all routes all learned through OSPF when then tunnel established. By default you should already be able to access the VLAN’s across the VPN. If the VLAN is not setup in the Balance, ensure that you have a (local) static route created so the Balance can add that network to it’s routing table.
The VPN you are referring to is PPTP, L2TP/IPSec? If so, please ensure Inter-VLAN routing (Network > Network Settings > Select Vlan > Network Settings) is enabled on each Vlan. Another thing, please ensure no Deny rule in Internal Firewall (Network > Access Rules > Internal Network Firewall Rules).
It would be tremendously helpful to be able to have clients connect to a specific VLAN, because in our situation, we are hosting multiple clients data behind a single Peplink device, and each client wouldn’t be authorized to see each other’s data.
No ETA at the moment. We are rushing for the v6.3.3 now and it will be available very soon. v6.4.0 will be the next release after v6.3.3. The schedule of v6.4.0 is depending on the customer’s feedback on v6.3.3.
The next firmware release for v6.3.3 is v7.0.0. Anyway, the feature to be implemented in v6.4.0 will be available in v7.0.0. Please find this link for more detailed on the supported model for v7.0.0. Back to this topic. This feature is available now. Please find the screenshot below.
I have problems with access from L2TP/VPN to LAN. In my request I found this post (Screenshot). I dont have definied VLANs. In my list of connected networks only can find “Default”. An option like “untagged LAN” doesn’t exist. Is that right?