IPSEC VPN tunnel, problems with routes

Discussion in 'Network Routers' started by Sjaakie, Apr 24, 2006.

  1. Sjaakie

    Sjaakie Guest


    I have a problem reaching a part of my network, maybe you could give me
    some advice on how to solve it.

    A few days ago I bought myself a Vigor 2900VG ( and use the
    LAN-2-LAN feature to connect to a Vigor 2200e at my parents house
    ( So far so good. However when I try to connect to the
    Wireless-subnet of their network (BSD router, : there's no response.

    I created static routes on both the BSD router ( via and on the Vigor 2900VG router ( via

    The Vigor 2900VG (at my place) has IP on my parents network.

    What am I doing wrong?

    My network looks like this...

    | |
    | |
    | BSD |
    +-A-------------+ +-------ROUTER--------+
    | |---| Draytek Vigor 2200e |
    | | | ( |
    +---------------+ +---------------------+
    +-C-------------+ +-------ROUTER---------+
    | | | Draytek Vigor 2900VG |
    | |---| ( |
    +---------------+ +----------------------+
    Sjaakie, Apr 24, 2006
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  2. Sjaakie

    Sjaakie Guest

    Sjaakie schreef:
    Since my local Draytek support center didn't respond to my requests, I
    tried the Taiwan-address. They replied within a few days and handed me a
    solution. The VPN-settings screen has a button 'More'. Clicking that
    button allows you to set networks at the other end of the tunnel.

    Sjaakie, May 9, 2006
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