I'm trying to set up a VPN between two networks, one home and one office (A and B). Their subnets are (A) 192.168.1.0 and (B) 192.168.0.0
The two networks have identical ADSL routers. Unfortunately they are dial-out only for VPN.
There's a Windows 2008 server on Network B, which I've configured as a VPN server (using the RRAS Wizard): VPNServerB (192.168.0.5). At the moment, Network A's router (RouterA) can establish a PPTP VPN connection to VPNServerB. RouterA is assigned the IP 192.168.0.40 on Network B.
Next I set up a persistent static route from VPNServerB (0.5) telling it to use 0.40 for all requests to Network A's subnet: 192.168.1.0. This enabled VPNServerB to ping all machines on A (and those machines to ping VPNServerB).
Then I set up a persistent static route on a computer on Network B (PC1B) telling it to use 0.5 (the address of VPNServerB) for requests to A's subnet: 192.168.1.0). This enabled PC1B to ping every machine on A and them to ping PC1B.
However, there are printers (eg PR1B) on B which I'd also like to be able to reach from a machine on A. But I can't set up a static route from PR1B to the VPNServerB, so far as I can tell. Is there any way I can access printer PR1B from a machine on Network A?