I have a SCO Unix server at a client site that I'm trying to connect to by way of VPN. Also at the client site I have a FVS318 Netgear VPN Router - connected to the internet by cable broadband. From my location I can connect to the VPN Router without any problem, however, I can not telnet to SCO Unix server. Normally, it is an issue with the SCO Unix Server simiply adding a routing statement. Now, I have gone round about and is confused with whats going on.
My VPN is setup with 192.168.1.1 ipaddress and the server is setup with a 192.168.1.10 ipaddress. I can ping the server from the router and ping the router from the server. I can also ping the router from my VPN connection, but can not ping the server. My VPN connection is set to give me a 192.168.100.1 Virtual IP when connecting to the router. I added this routing statement to my SCO Unix server and have viewed it with netstat -r. However, when I do a ipconfig /all from my VPN connection I so not see the address 192.168.100.1 anywhere. I have also done a tracert on the domain name and no ip of 192.168.100.1.
I'm not sure what the routing statement should be nor if there should be a static route in the VPN Router.
A helpful note might be that I'm using Netgears VPN Client software, in the past I have use FVS318 to FVS318 and the routing statement worked fine. What is the issue now?