[SOLVED] VPN Ruting Issues
Hi all, I just asked this question on the ubuntu forums, but I'm yet to get any reply. I figure I'll let improve my odds, and let you all have a look!
I'm attempting to setup a VPN server (pptpd) on Ubuntu 8.04 (fully updated),
I've installed the pptpd packages, and done some basic setup, to the point where I can now connect to the VPN remotely from a windows system.
The network layout is like this:
Windows System -> router/modem -> INTERNET ->
|---> VPN Server
\---> Other office workstations etc.
(I hope that makes sense!)
However, I think I'm having some issues with routing, or at the least, my understanding of how a VPN is meant to work must be flawed.
While (once the VPN is connected) I can ping the VPN servers internal ip from the windows system, I cannot ping/see any of the other things on the internal network (Such as the printer, or even the router/modem).
I figure that I've got to somehow tell the VPN server that it should be forwarding traffic to the appropriate internal network locations, but I'm not sure how.
Anyone have any ideas where to start ?