Connection Setup: - Perimeter router is a MikroTik RouterBOARD 3011UiAS - RV340 is set in Bridge Mode to 10.0.0.38 (subnet range of primary devices on MikroTik) - RV340 DNS is set to 10.0.0.3 internal DNS service through Windows - SSL VPN is set to 10.1.0.0 with a subnet range of 255.255.255.192 - Internal firewall is set to ALLOW-ALL in and out of RV340 - SSL VPN is set to 8443 TCP - MikroTik allows 8443 incoming and DST-NAT to 10.0.0.38 - 8443 TCP - Connection bridge is set on WAN1 on RV340 - RV340 has custom certificates imported issued by Sectigo RSA Domain Validation (not-self signed) - The mobile device has the same PFX certificate imported for VPN connections - RV340 custom certificate has been applied to NETCONF, WebServer, RESTCONF, and SSLVPN
On a rare occasion, I appear to be able to establish a connection with the system. Although I do not have internet connectivity my guess is that might be related to a static route. I will play with those next.
However, more often I get the following error returned when attempting to connect: "Connection attempt has timed out. Please verify Internet connectivity."
Any assistance that you may be able to provide in getting this service set up correctly would be much appreciated!
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