Example - Configuring a Site-to-Site IPsec VPN Tunnel
You can create the Site-to-Site to allow multiple VLANs to communicate through the tunnel. You should just add the new subnet to the interesting traffic for the VPN (and include the same traffic in the nat0 ACL) If you post the configuration, with the subnets that you want to communicate through the tunnel, you can tell you what you're missing. Site to Site VPN Configuration Tutorial - Check Point Dec 24, 2012 MikroTik VPN Configuration with Site-to-Site PPTP - System MikroTik VPN configuration with Site-to-Site PPTP Service has been explained in this article. I hope you will be able to configure your Site-to-Site VPN with MikroTik PPTP service if you follow the explanation carefully. However, if you face any confusion to do above steps properly, feel free to discuss in comment or contact with me from Solved: Site to Site VPN - ACL required - Cisco Community Site to Site VPN - ACL required try following command instead: ip route 0.0.0.0 0.0.0.0 18.104.22.168 Don't forget to configure the other side and mirror the "interesting traffic" access list to make sure you have traffic coming back from the other side.
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