› Forums › Network Management › Networking › VPN Bounding, Server will not give Internet Connection › Reply To: VPN Bounding, Server will not give Internet Connection
It’s really a huge post. I hope I understood your idea and configuration.
You are able to ping the server, so it looks like your connection between zs client and server is ok.
If you don’t get internet connection you should first check if the default gateway of your zs client points to the server adress, so zs client knows where to send the tcp packets adressed to the internet.
Second thing you need to check is that on the server the packets received from the internet can be sent back to your clients. You can achive this by NAT on the bond interface (server) or by a static route on the server that routes the 192.168.0.0/24 of your clients back to zs client.
If the internet connection still does not work, you can check the connection log, firewall log on zs client and server to find out where the packets of your clients get lost.
You can also use tracert on Windows command line to check the route your internet packets are sent to. This also helps to figure out where packets get lost on their way to the internet.