There is an office.The asus n66u(firmware from merlin) is installed as a router, the pptp server is running on the vpn server.The address of the router is inside the 192.168.1.1 network, the addresses issued by the vpn server are 192.168.1.90-192.168.1.99.The office has an external static address.

From home I create a vpn connection - I specify the external address of the router(the address of the router in the home network is 192.168.1.1), the username and password that I started and connect to - I get the address 192.168.1.90.

The problem is the following - there are various network devices in the network - ip cameras, servers, printers, etc.- they have addresses from 192.168.1.5 and further - I can go to their web-based management interface without problems, but when I try to access the 192.168.1.1 router - my local router(tp link) is opened for me.In an attempt to access via the phone via 3G(android, a vpn connection is created), I can get to the asus router in the office at 192.168.1.1.

As I understand the problem in routing - but I don’t know where exactly.I would like that when the vpn tunnel is connected - I could go to the router in the office at 192.168.1.1.

3 Answers 3

Change the address of the house, the network at home and in the office should be different.
  • Changing the addressing is not possible - since I ultimately do not know which network the director of the company will connect to. – Fancy74 Feb 25 '14 at 05:50
  • Change the address in the office and then there will be no problems – Different36 Mar 18 '14 at 16:07
  • And put mikrotik – Different36 Mar 18 '14 at 16:07
This is not so important, in most vpn clients there is a possibility to use the server's vpn gateway, in the Windows client, something like the vpn connection properties - the network - a check mark on"use the default gateway"
  • Yes - this is the default tick. – Fancy74 Feb 25 '14 at 05:51
The problem in any case is in the intersection of networks.Either in the office or at home you need to change the subnet.as you have a router, also the piece of iron itself.