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SonicWALL SSL VPN clients on VLAN can't connect to VPN Tunnel

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I have a problem connecting the SSL VPN clients to the network on the remote site.

We have the flowing configuration

Main office - LAN 192.168.10.0
VPN Tunnel to remote site  – LAN remote site 192.168.100.0
VLAN10 – 192.168.180.0 for SSL VPN clients

Branch office – LAN 192.168.100.0
VPN Tunnel to main office – LAN 192.168.10.0

All users on the LAN have no problems connecting to the remote site.
Users connect via SSL VPN getting an IP 192.168.180.x and have no problem connecting to all resources on the LAN.

SSL VPN clients can’t connect to the 192.168.100.0 network on the remote site.

What do I miss?
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Hi

I found my problem. I needed a firewall rule on the main office from SSL VPN to the VPN Branch.
It's working fine now.
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