[Mikrotik] VPN and Routing Issues

Mike Hammett butch-mikrotik at ics-il.net
Tue Oct 28 13:04:24 CDT 2008

Is this the situation?

You are on your network and VPN somewhere outside and now can't access other 
things on your local subnets?

That is typical behavior of every VPN everywhere, unless the machine doing 
the VPN (your PC, for instance) is capable of routing traffic differently.

Mike Hammett
Intelligent Computing Solutions

From: "Chris Gotstein" <chris at uplogon.com>
Sent: Tuesday, October 28, 2008 12:16 PM
To: <MikroTik at part-15.org>; "Mikrotik discussions" 
<mikrotik at mail.butchevans.com>
Subject: [Mikrotik] VPN and Routing Issues

> We have recently aquirred a WISP that is using a Mikrotik based PC as
> it's main router and gateway.  They have done some serious subnetting of
> the APs and clients.  It appears that they have routes in for all the
> different subnets.  The problem i'm having is that i setup a VPN, but
> once i'm connected, i can't get to any of the subnets.  I know i'm
> missing something simple, but i don't want to mess with it to much since
> the box is 2 hours away from me.  Any suggestions?
> -- 
> Chris Gotstein
> Sr Network Engineer
> UP Logon/Computer Connection UP
> 500 N Stephenson Ave
> Iron Mountain, MI 49801
> Phone: 906-774-4847
> Fax: 906-774-0335
> chris at uplogon.com
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