VPN issuing the range 172.25.100.10 to 172.25.100.90
VPN server only---no Direct Access
Lab server = 172.25.100.100
Our networking team has set up routes in the routing table for the private network
I am not a networking person. Just want to get that out there. I'm setting up a VPN server for some of our students to use in order to connect to labs remotely. I can connect to the VPN server and I get issued 172.25.100.11. But I can't go anywhere. Trace route shows the next hop as 172.25.100.10 (the start of the VPN client IP range). I can ping that but that's it. I'm assuming that the VPN server configures that first IP in the client range as the gateway for VPN connections. Yes/no/maybe? That seems to be the behavior anyway.
I've tried various static routes on the VPN server to no avail. The networking team seems to the think it's an issue on their end having to do with VLAN tagging but I think it's an issue with the VPN server and its routing. Either way, all I know is that it doesn't work.
I'm going to install wireshark and see what I can see but I thought I'd just go ahead and ask here. Plus, I get to be the first poster in the Windows Server Networking space!!