Hi, hope someone can point out what I am missing...
We have a NSA 4500 in our head office with X0 is (LAN), X1 (WAN) and X2 (WLAN)
I have a VPN setup on a TZ205 to the NSA4500 with a policy from LAN_Subnet to Address Group 'ALL_Network'
'ALL_NETWORK' include address object subnets for the NSA4500 subnets X0 (LAN) and X2 (WLAN).
The NSA4500 also has and 'ALL_NETWORK' address object with TZ205 subnet and its X0 and X2 subnets.
The VPN works and I can connect between the TZ205 subnet and NSA4500 X0 subnet however I can not connect from the TZ205 subnet to X2 subnet.
I would have thought because the subnet address object is in the VPN destination group that the data would traverse the VPN and the NSA4500 would route to X2.
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