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I have 2 Draytek 2830's connected via a Lan to Lan VPN.
One network has a subnet of 192.9.200 the other 192.168.1.

I want the 192.168.1 network to see servers on the other subnet but I cannot ping at all. Can anyone help?
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in Lan - to - Lan configure the IP address accordingly.

see screenshot and it should then route properly. we have it working across 3 sites via lan-lanLan to Lan

and i presume you have the username / password setup properly.
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if possible pls show how you connect your network..
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when you say lan to lan did you need to cross over internet?
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The pics show setting at each end.
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