06-06-2012 01:03 PM
I can connect my laptop with Microsoft VPN client on my Aruba controller with RADIUS authentication.
My laptop take an IP address in the VPN address pool and he can ping the controller IP interfaces.
My laptop take also the role default-vpn-role.
The problem is "I think" routing, because the laptop ping the controller but nothing else. He don't have any access in the internal network. He was alone in the RAP address pool.
I tried to modify default-vpn-role role with allowall or scrnat policies but I see no change.
Any idea ?
06-06-2012 01:24 PM - edited 06-06-2012 01:25 PM
In that case, the default-vpn-role should have:
any any dhcp permit
any any any src-nat
The only way around this is if your VPN pool is giving out addresses in a subnet that is routable and contains an ip interface on the controller.
Aruba Customer Engineering
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