OpenVPN - Tunnel Company 2 to Company 1
Hello, we will open a branch and want the company to connect the company 2 1 transparently.
The company has one network 192.168.0.0/24.
The company has two network 192.168.10.0/24.
The tunnel is 172.16.0.0/24.
I want season 2 to season PING 1 as seen in the image below.
What should I do to make this possible?
Have you tired making the VPN yet?
marvosa last edited by
Yes, please clarify your situation because the simple answer to your question is to establish a site to site tunnel.
I'm confused because it look like OP has a perfect understanding of what needs to happen (site to site) and maybe just reluctant to try yet.
Hello, I'm from Brazil, my english is not very good.
Grateful for the feedback, I managed to make the tunnel as seen on linl below.
I can hold a PING Company 2 for LAN pfSense company 1, but I can not carry a PING from company 2 to a machine behind pfSense company 1.
I followed some tutorials on the internet but it did not work.
Today I am working on version 2.1-RC1 (i386), ie on both servers.
If you can help me I am very grateful.
phil.davis last edited by
Check that you have firewall rules on pfSense company 1 OpenVPN that allow traffic - the ping from company 2 might be blocked.
Make sure the target system on company 1 does respond to ping (it might be Windows with a firewall that prevents ping or.
Otherwise post your OpenVPN server and client configs, and OpenVPN firewall rules at each end. A simple site-to-site connection like this should be easy to setup.
Well - When they say they can't ping it, I'm assuming they can't cruise the internet over it either.
When I hear "I can't ping it", I usually translate that as "There is no connectivity at all and I can't EVEN ping it."
Are both sides of this pfsense or is one side windows or something?
phil.davis, already created a rule in OpenVPN releasing all (*), both the client and the server.
kejianshi, accurate, has no traffic between server stations with 2 stations from server 1. I can have traffic between servers, only this. It seems that something does not pass the server, missing some rule.
Grateful for the return.
This is a multi-WAN setup?
Do both servers have multiple WAN IPs?
I could see where if handled wrong, multi-wan could break things.
kejianshi, the server is not multi WAN.
There are alot of people who are pretty expert at site-to-site vpn with pfsense, but you will probably have to post your VPN setup page to get help. So far I only know your firewall rules. If its simple 1 WAN pfsense should not be difficult.