Network share



  • Hi,
    I have a client openvpn connection,after VPN connecting I connected in rdp protocol to a Windows server and everything works fine.
    On the Windows server I shared a directory but through the vpn tunnel I can't access this shared directory.
    When I try access to mapped directory in I view this traffic:
    12:24:21.627501 IP 192.168.6.2.54284 > 192.168.2.2.445: tcp 0
    12:24:22.639669 IP 192.168.6.2.54286 > 192.168.2.2.139: tcp 0
    12:24:34.661575 IP 192.168.6.2.54290 > 192.168.2.2.80: tcp 0
    12:24:34.661824 IP 192.168.2.2.80 > 192.168.6.2.54290: tcp 0
    12:24:35.195090 IP 192.168.6.2.54290 > 192.168.2.2.80: tcp 0
    12:24:35.195374 IP 192.168.2.2.80 > 192.168.6.2.54290: tcp 0
    12:24:35.398222 IP 192.168.6.2.54291 > 192.168.2.2.80: tcp 0
    12:24:35.398462 IP 192.168.2.2.80 > 192.168.6.2.54291: tcp 0
    12:24:35.727196 IP 192.168.6.2.54290 > 192.168.2.2.80: tcp 0
    12:24:35.727422 IP 192.168.2.2.80 > 192.168.6.2.54290: tcp 0
    12:24:35.930596 IP 192.168.6.2.54291 > 192.168.2.2.80: tcp 0
    12:24:35.930875 IP 192.168.2.2.80 > 192.168.6.2.54291: tcp 0
    12:24:36.463819 IP 192.168.6.2.54291 > 192.168.2.2.80: tcp 0
    12:24:36.464065 IP 192.168.2.2.80 > 192.168.6.2.54291: tcp 0

    In attachment the rules enabled on the openvpn interface.
    Thanks.
    rule open.JPG


  • LAYER 8 Global Moderator

    check your client firewall on 192.168.2.2, he prob not allow file share from this remote 192.168.6 network.



  • Hi,
    yes, the problem was on the antivirus installed on the server.
    Thanks.


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