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  • in reply to: Bridged roadwarrior setup possible how? #50177

    tialohitc
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    Hi atheling,

    Thanks for your reply.

    I should have explained in more detail:

    The same setup you describe I have used numerous times. What I wanted to achieve here is this:

    HQ — ZS — BRIDGE / VPN — INTERNET — VPN / BRIDGE — NOTEBOOK

    HQ Network: 192.168.0.0/24
    Notebook IP: 192.168.0.x

    After establishing the VPN connection the Notebook would be assigned an IP from the HQ’s DCHP server. Like what can be done with a LAN-TO-LAN VPN bridge with two ZSs, just without the second ZS – That’s what I meant by “bridged RoadWarrior”

    The “standard Roadwarrior” in ZS uses a routed VPN though where the Notebook would get 192.168.250.x and all traffic to 192.168.0.0./24 would be routed.

    Now I’ve run into a case where the notebook should be “transparently mobile”…

    Any ideas?

    in reply to: Need help with bridge (connecting two sites) #50147

    tialohitc
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    Problem found and solved.

    ZS at Site B failed to bring up interfaces in promisc mode since it was in fact virtualised. I wasn’t aware of that…

    Activating promisc mode on the respective port group solved all above mentioned issues.

    Thank you very much again for your help!

    in reply to: Need help with bridge (connecting two sites) #50146

    tialohitc
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    That’s what I thought. Thanks for confirming.

    But it still doesn’t work… Too strange.

    I’ll try to do more testing with linux boxes only 😉

    I’ll keep you posted!

    in reply to: Need help with bridge (connecting two sites) #50144

    tialohitc
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    Hi ppalias,

    Thanks for your reply.

    Firewalls etc. crossed my mind too, but that shouldn’t prevent ZS-A successfully arping PC Bn?

    You just assign the default gateway for internet reachability and you assign the closest ZS.

    What exactly do you mean. Can you talk me through the steps as you would have done it?

    The way I see it your bridge is functioning properly.

    Thats the weird thing. The actual bridge is up and running. Just the two sites behind it seem to not fully “see” each other.

    I don’t need any forwarding or other fw rules on the zs, do I?

    Thank you so very much!!!

    in reply to: Multiple DynDns #48752

    tialohitc
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    Hi ppalias,

    Yes, that would work. But unfortunately not with my setup…

    Could it be achieved with a script, cronjob, etc? Doesn’t have to be a gui-solution…

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