how can I forward local IPs?

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Arctx
Arctx Posts: 3
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that's the problem

I set up a VPN, everything works, I connect to the network and access the Internet using the company’s public IP.
The problem is that the IP VPN doesn't see the local IP and I can't configure it so that the IP range 192.168.51.1/24 sees the IP range 10.10.3.1/24.

how it's done in Zyxcel

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  • Arctx
    Arctx Posts: 3
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    Hello,
    my problem was this: when I connected via VPN, my PS accessed the Internet from the office IP, but my PC did not see the office local network, could not connect to the printer to our server, etc. If you have the same problem, here are solutions for Zyxcel USG series (my Fireval is not connected to Nebula account)
    it will be easier and more practical if you look at the configurations from the screenshots
    I hope this helps you


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  • PeterUK
    PeterUK Posts: 2,856  Guru Member
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    You need policy control rule from VPN zone to LAN zone of 10.10.3.1/24

  • Zyxel_Jeff
    Zyxel_Jeff Posts: 1,099  Zyxel Employee
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    Hello @Arctx

    Welcome to the Zyxel community. Please check the Monitor > Log to see if there are any blocked messages and check the security policy to ensure the VPN IP range 192.168.51.1/24 can access the internal LAN IP range 10.10.3.1/24.

  • Arctx
    Arctx Posts: 3
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    thanks for the answer, I'll check it and write here

  • Zyxel_Jeff
    Zyxel_Jeff Posts: 1,099  Zyxel Employee
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    OK, got it.

  • harryjkevin
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    I am also facing an IP issue with many websites. I've tried using a VPN, but it didn't work either. I urgently need to make my assignment that was due yesterday, and I need to do a lot of research for it. However, this IP issue is causing problems for me. Could you please provide any suggestions on how to resolve this IP issue?

  • dianesawyer
    dianesawyer Posts: 1
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    To forward local IPs generally is not a big issue and I usually do it by checking the router settings and searching for the port forwarding section. My next step is to type in the local IP address of the device whose port I want to forward, as well as the fields for the port numbers. In other words, that makes a possible for the device within my local network to be accessed by any incoming internet traffic. On the other hand, I am an excellent planner and do not panic under any circumstances. For instance, I devise a strategy to manage my time effectively and can even hire experts to take my nursing exam for me if I can’t do it myself.

  • Arctx
    Arctx Posts: 3
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    Hello,
    my problem was this: when I connected via VPN, my PS accessed the Internet from the office IP, but my PC did not see the office local network, could not connect to the printer to our server, etc. If you have the same problem, here are solutions for Zyxcel USG series (my Fireval is not connected to Nebula account)
    it will be easier and more practical if you look at the configurations from the screenshots
    I hope this helps you


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