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Sys Admin Junior for a Mid Size company. trying to learn all I can about Networking, Servers and IT Management.

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accepted Change Address Range Windows VPN
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comment Windows VPN with different subnet
Updating this topic, I configured a static route on my gateway router pointing the VPNsubnet to the VPN Server IP....this was the obvious way to try first but, just my local LAN is able to see my VPN clients, but not the other way around.... from the VPN Client point of view, the trace stops at the VPNServer´s VPNsubnet IP... I am thinking a working (but probably not the best) scenario, where my VPN Server and VPN IP Pool belongs to a same subnet but different from my local LAN´s and put a router between those subnets with an old fashioned static route... I´open to new ideas... thanks.
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comment Windows VPN with different subnet
Thank you, I´ll try what you suggested... but in any case, if this is not a good scenario in your opinion, what other solution would you recommend for VPN service authenticated with Active Directory? thanks in advance!
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asked Windows VPN with different subnet