Two VPN's - One work perfectly, second none.
Firstly Hello for everyone.
I have one LAN which sometimes I need to configure so I have for it VPN on that LAN. It works ok from every place in world. I could configure not only pf sense server but all access points in that lan.
Week ago I've got second LAN for administration. It have the same pf sense server. So I made next VPN for remote config. VPN works ok but I could only configure pf sense system, I can't access to AP's in that lan, and I couldn't ping PC's in that LAN.
I check all config files and there are the same on each VPN server. Config files on client are the same. When I connect to first LAN with VPN I could configure all devices but If I connect to second LAN I could only configure pf sense system.
Anyone have idea what's wrong?
Second LAN on same pfsense box?
In that case, the VPN settings should not be identical - or you get VPN to the first LAN both times. The second VPN needs to be set to connect to the second LAN.
See if the second VPN allows you to see the first LAN devices - if so, I might be right.
If I'm misunderstanding what you mean, try to clarify.
There are two separate lan's connected to separate pf sense boxes and there to wan. I using VPN to administrate of that lan's. When I connect to first LAN, I could change pf sense config and other AP's in that LAN. But if I connect to second LAN, I could only change pf sense config, I couldn't connect other devices in that LAN.
This two LAN's are seperated. They aren't connect. VPN is only to connect notebook to administrate of that two networks. VPN and pf sense box config are identical in each LAN.
It's be a whole lot better to post the configs instead of creating similar confusion.
Second network uses Captive portal. When I add VPN client address which I get from VPN server, to allowed IP's in captive portal, everything works perfectly.
I didn't be redirected to captive portal page when I put AP address in browser.