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VPN - Routing Traffic between 2 different Networks

VPN - Routing Traffic between 2 different Networks

VPN - Routing Traffic between 2 different Networks

(OP)
Good afternoon Techs, I need some advise.

We have VPN setup into our NY Main Office which uses 192.168.0.X as the network address.
We have a direct PPP with our China office which uses 192.168.99.X. The China office physically has our CRM server.

We can connect internally without a problem because we created routes.

The new task is now to get remote users who VPN into our NY Main Office to be able to reach the CRM system in China which is on a different IP Scheme through the VPN. When the remote users connects to the VPN, their laptop does not know that 192.168.99.X is suppose to go through the VPN connection. How can we configure the VPN for accept this traffic for we can allow the remote users to get onto the CRM system in China.

Any thoughts or solutions will be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.

RE: VPN - Routing Traffic between 2 different Networks

What type of vpn appliance are you using in NY?

RE: VPN - Routing Traffic between 2 different Networks

(OP)
Hey Brianinms, we are using RRAS through a Windows 2003 Server. The remote users are using Windows XP VPN. The RRAS server is located in NY Main Office.

Also I made a mistake above our China IP Scheme is 10.84.0.X.

Both NY Main Office and China Office are on subnet 255.255.255.0.

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