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Update: The ISP was blocking the VPN service, now everything works !!! I have another question ... With the Tunnel open, I no longer access the resources of the local network but only those of the remote network, can I have access to both at the same time? Thank you...
Sorry, you're right ... USG20-VPN, there is a private IP on the WAN interface. Port forward router: external IP protocol external port Internal IP internal port network enabled IP xxx tcp-udp 0-65535 192.168.1.254 0-65535 all 192.168.1.254 is USG20-VPN.
Thanks Jeremylin and Alex00, i have to access shared folders on a PC but also in remote desktop it would be convenient for me.I thought ports 500 and 4500 were the reason I didn't reach the internal network, but you are right, they actually have no reason to be opened in the windows firewall.Unfortunately, however, since…
Thank you Jeremylin!!! By deactivating the Windows Firewall I reach the remote subnet.In the Windows Firewall I had opened ports 500 and 4500 but obviously something was wrong, would you know how to configure it correctly so that you don't have to disable it? Thanks for the help!!!