> On Thursday 08 March 2018 at 00:56:45, abel...@cklass.com.mx wrote:
>> Hello squidUsers,
>> I have a bit of a problem. Im currently on a network where there is a
>> already configured and running.
> What is the VPN connecting? I mean, what is defined as the "local"
> network and
> what is defined as the "remote" network, for which traffic will pass
> through the
>> The proxy is working perfectly but for 1 issue. Te issue is as follows:
>> VPN works perfectly, proxy sends ping, ssh, vnc, samba, cups protocols
>> by the tunnel
> This sounds like you are trying to send almost everything over the VPN.
> Why? What is the purpose of this VPN?
>> but when trying to access local http adresses,
> Please define "local", in terms of which IP addresses you think are local,
> how this compares to the VPN configuration.
>> the proxy reads them as public
> So, are these addresses RFC1918 "private" addresses, or are they simply
> IPs which happen to exist in your local network?
>> http and send those protocols via wan... Making it an error.
>> I have located the error (local http/https is read as public http and is
>> send by wan) how can I configure it so that the local http goes by the
> Give us some examples of addresses which are being incorrectly routed, and
> tell us how your VPN is set up, and we can give you some advice as to
> this is a Squid problem or a VPN / network routing problem.
> PS: No need to send the same question twice within 2 minutes :)
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So I have to networks in differnet physical locations(126.96.36.199/24,
188.8.131.52/24) connected by VPN (184.108.40.206/24). The VPN works perfectly fine
(yo can visualize the 2 networks files, connect by ssh, ping),my only
problem is, when i try to enter local addresses by http/s protocol, lets
say the router from the other network (220.127.116.11/24) from a browser(http
protocol) will have a time-out error.
PS: when ping 18.104.22.168 you DO get a response.
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