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Hello,

I have some RUT955s that connect to a central IPSec gateway via IPSec which works well.

That IPSec gateway has it‘s own LAN address and segment (e.g. 192.168.1.x) that can be reached from RUT955‘s LAN.

But what has to be done to make RUT955 know that all other 192.168.x.x and all 10.x.x.x subnets should be reached via IPSec as well?

Simply configuring some static routes (like in other routers) didn‘t help-at least I don‘t really understand to which zone IPSec belongs to (WAN or LAN)?

Thank you very much!

S.K.

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Hi,

Add these networks to IPSec configuration "Remote IP address/subnet mask":

https://wiki.teltonika.lt/view/RUT955_VPN#IPsec
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Thank you, I'll try!

S.K.
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Ich tried out now but it doesn't work yet.

Do some additional configurations have to be done? Tried out adding some static routes as well but without success.

To which zone does ipsec belong to? In contradiction to openvpn it doesn't have it's own zone.

Thank you!