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Bridged VPN??

Bridged VPN??

I'm trying to solve my VPN problem in that the tunnel is up but I can't see much across it. I don't know why they infer in the doc that you just setup a tunnel and voila, the network is yours. I sure couldn't get it to work that way.

My tunnel comes up and I can ping the other end but beyond that the network is a vast wasteland. Meaning - I can't see my MS services nor can I see any Linux services. At first I couldn't see my Novell services but Novell has a fix for that. They call it a Service Locator Protocol Directory Agent. Once that went up, all my Novell services became available across the tunnel. But that's the ONLY thing that comes across. Best I can tell is that it's due to the fact that the tunnel is being ROUTED as opposed to BRIDGED.

Has anyone setup a BRIDGED VPN as opposed to a ROUTED one? The doc seems to imply that something like this can be done.
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Mohieddin Kharnoub
Honored Contributor

Re: Bridged VPN??

Hi

What product you are using, and what firmware ?

Good Luck !!!
Science for Everyone

Re: Bridged VPN??

I'm using the following:

! ProCurve Secure Router 7203dl SROS version J08.03
! Boot ROM version J06.06
! Platform: ProCurve Secure Router 7203dl, part number J8753A