openvpn site-to-site between netgate appliance to azure pfsense instance
hello and thanks for reading this.
I have a netgate sg-1110 to be the openvpn server and an pfsense in azure cloud.
I cannot make a site-to-site.
I want the netgate applicance to be the server and the pfsense in azure as the client side.
I noticed that the azure instance has only one interface, a wan interface with the private ipaddress as assigned by azure and I think that might a problem.
has anybody setup a openvpn as such?
@asdffdsa6131 I figured it out myself, I would delete these posts but I cannot.
thanks to anyone who read this
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What was it? If you can let us know it will help people out in the future.
I am new to linux and pfsense so I fumbled around but then I found the status->systems.logs and noticed this
"Bad compression stub (swap) decompression header byte: 42 "
so I changed the compression on the openvpn client to match the openvpn server and shazaam, it worked.
now I have a new problem.
from the server/negate.sg110 web interface I can ping virtual computers behind the azure.pfsense
from the azure.pfsense.client web interface, I can ping physical computers behind my netgate sg1110.
I cannot ping from a physical computer behind my netgate to a virtual computer behind the azure pfsense
I cannot ping from a virtual computer behind azure pfsense to a physical computer behind my netgate.sg1110
I thought that since I had added the correct "IPv4 Remote network" on the server and client, that I should be able to ping from computer to computer.
do I need a add a manual route somehow and if so, how might I do that?
or what do you suggest?
thanks very much,