Issues with pFsense or my setup?
I have just installed a pFsense box and while I am still getting to know and love this new router I have an issue that I can not seem to find a resoultion to, so I was hoping perhaps one of you might have some advice for me.
My Setup is very simple and it looks like this:
And that all works fine. Where I am runing into an issue is with a Netscreen 25 VPN router on the same subnet. It looks something like this
10.15.2.x VPN 1
10.15.3.x VPN 2
10.15.4.x VPN 3
I have static routes pointing to 10.15.1.16 on the pFsense box so when I ping from my workstations ip of 10.15.1.45 I can ping any workstation on the remote VPNS just fine no issues. However none of the remote VPNS can ping me or use ANY network servers on the 10.15.1.x LAN I have no idea why that is? If i set my DG to 10.15.1.16 I can access all network shares and they can access my box as well as RDP / Netbios etc.
The LAN interface on the Netscreen is directly connected to the same switch that the pFsense box is connected and the routing table on the Netscreen says that eth1 is Directly connected. The netscreen will not allow me to add a static route to the same local net becuse it is Directly connected.
Anyone have any ideas?
I still cannot solve this issue. Can anyone offer some Advice?
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What have to devices on the remote side as default route?
Do these remote routers have a static route pointing to the VPN as well?
They do not have any static routes. Just the simple VPN connection back to the Netscreen 25. The 25 handles all the routing for the remote VPN connections. The Issue is I cannot find any way to tell the Netscreen to send all its traffic out the local Ethernet interface to the pFsense box
The pFsense box can route to the netscreen just fine. And to recap I can ping sweep across all subnets from the home lan but they cannon ping me at all.
Thank you so much for the help!