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VPN local and remote subnets - Cisco DMVPN - Handpunch Time Clock

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I have a problem where I have several Handpunch 3000's installed that communicate to a time keeping software via Ethernet.  The system works fine on the local network.  I cannot get the software (any software) to communicate with the handpunch over a VPN.  I can ping the device just fine.  However, the software give a wsock error.  I've checked ports and that isn't the issue.

I found this on EE.

It seems I need to set up a virtual adapter or in some way configure the local computer running the software to be able to fake being on the remote locations subnet.

Garry Glendown
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