Firewalld with OpenVPN internal networks

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noisygirlkk
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Firewalld with OpenVPN internal networks

Post by noisygirlkk » 2020/03/27 10:48:07

I have openvpn setup and working on the pfsense but clients need to be able to access resources on the LAN. Right now clients can ping the outside interface of the Sophos but not ping anything on the LAN. What rules do I need on the Sophos to allow this? I've tried an inbound rule to allow any any from the vpn subnet (the IPs given out to vpn clients) but this didn't work.

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Re: Firewalld with OpenVPN internal networks

Post by TrevorH » 2020/03/27 12:03:32

Split away from the thread you hijacked.

Please post a lot more detail about the setup as no-one can help you given the current level of information.
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Re: Firewalld with OpenVPN internal networks

Post by jlehtone » 2020/03/27 13:16:22

noisygirlkk wrote:
2020/03/27 10:48:07
I have openvpn ... pfsense ... Sophos
What rules do I need on the Sophos to allow this?
Sophos is not CentOS. pfSense is not CentOS. I presume pfSense is not Sophos either.

Openvpn can be routed or bridged. Even with more information on that config we should point towards pfSense and/or Sophos support forums.

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