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VPN Tunnel established, but cannot access or ping

i have 2 RV048 and one RV016

I have established VPN gateway to gateway tunnels; all routers use functional DYNDNS

IPrange site 1  192.168.123.1-254 external adres x.y.z.w

IPrange site 2  192.168.124.1-254 external adres a.b.c.d

IPrange site 3  192.168.122.1-254 external adres e.f.g.h.i

site 1 with 192.168.123.x has two win 2008R2DC servers, running AD, DNS, DHCP, RRAS with  address 192.168.123.4-5

i can ping the routers only if i add the route to it but cannot ping further  (route add command)

if i dont establish the route then nothing pings

How can i use the tunnel to connect to the servers in site 1

thanks for your benevolent answer

rony

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Re: VPN Tunnel established, but cannot access or ping

IPSec tunnels don't transmit routing protocols. You'll need static r outed on each router for the other sites.

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Re: VPN Tunnel established, but cannot access or ping

IPSec tunnels don't transmit routing protocols. You'll need static r outed on each router for the other sites.

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Re: VPN Tunnel established, but cannot access or ping

Thanks, i took your advice and did the routing on BOTH ends now on every individual server,  using route add command and i can use the servers as needed

however, this needs to be done on each computer, which is possible nbut needs interaction.

i havent been able to used the static routing of the router. What am i doing wrong here?

192.168.123.0 is the location of the servers on site 1

192.168.122.254 is the router's adres from where i want to connect to site 1

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