IPSEC VPN tunnel, problems with routes - Routers

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  1. IPSEC VPN tunnel, problems with routes

    Hello,

    I have a problem reaching a part of my network, maybe you could give me
    some advice on how to solve it.

    A few days ago I bought myself a Vigor 2900VG (192.168.30.0) and use the
    LAN-2-LAN feature to connect to a Vigor 2200e at my parents house
    (192.168.10.0). So far so good. However when I try to connect to the
    Wireless-subnet of their network (BSD router, 192.168.10.101 :
    192.186.20.1) there's no response.

    I created static routes on both the BSD router (192.168.30.0 via
    192.168.10.1) and on the Vigor 2900VG router (192.168.20.0 via
    192.168.10.1).

    The Vigor 2900VG (at my place) has IP 192.168.10.102 on my parents network.

    What am I doing wrong?

    My network looks like this...

    +-B-------------+
    | 192.168.020.0 |
    | 255.255.255.0 |
    +---------------+
    |
    +-ROUTER-+
    | BSD |
    +--------+
    |
    +-A-------------+ +-------ROUTER--------+
    | 192.168.010.0 |---| Draytek Vigor 2200e |
    | 255.255.255.0 | | (192.168.10.1) |
    +---------------+ +---------------------+
    **
    **
    INTERNET
    LAN-2-LAN IPSEC
    VPN TUNNEL
    **
    **
    +-C-------------+ +-------ROUTER---------+
    | 192.168.030.0 | | Draytek Vigor 2900VG |
    | 255.255.255.0 |---| (192.168.30.1) |
    +---------------+ +----------------------+



  2. Re: IPSEC VPN tunnel, problems with routes

    Sjaakie schreef:
    > Hello,
    >
    > I have a problem reaching a part of my network, maybe you could give me
    > some advice on how to solve it.
    >
    > A few days ago I bought myself a Vigor 2900VG (192.168.30.0) and use the
    > LAN-2-LAN feature to connect to a Vigor 2200e at my parents house
    > (192.168.10.0). So far so good. However when I try to connect to the
    > Wireless-subnet of their network (BSD router, 192.168.10.101 :
    > 192.186.20.1) there's no response.
    >
    > I created static routes on both the BSD router (192.168.30.0 via
    > 192.168.10.1) and on the Vigor 2900VG router (192.168.20.0 via
    > 192.168.10.1).
    >
    > The Vigor 2900VG (at my place) has IP 192.168.10.102 on my parents network.
    >
    > What am I doing wrong?


    Since my local Draytek support center didn't respond to my requests, I
    tried the Taiwan-address. They replied within a few days and handed me a
    solution. The VPN-settings screen has a button 'More'. Clicking that
    button allows you to set networks at the other end of the tunnel.

    Cheers

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