I have a RV220W (running firmware 184.108.40.206) with the default VLAN 1 enabled. The LAN IP address is 192.168.22.1, with IP range 192.168.22.0/24. DHCP service is enabled with range 192.168.22.100-192.168.22.199. Inter VLAN is enabled for VLAN 1.
I also enabled the PPTP server using IP range 192.168.222.100-192.168.222.109.
I can connect to the PPTP server from a remote client just fine. It gives me a local IP address of 192.168.222.201 connected to 192.168.222.200. But I can't access ANY resource on the default VLAN. I can't ping anything in the 192.168.22.x range. A ping to 192.168.222.200 also does not respond.
According to the admin guide I should have been able to access recources on ANY subnet as long as Inter VLAN is enabled for that subnet. What am I missing here?
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