01-26-2016 12:07 PM
I am trying to SSH to the IAP deployed in remote locations. The IAP is behind a DSL Router. My goal is to be able to ssh the IAP using the IPSEC tunnel IP.
So I changed the RAP pool for internal routed pool. When I connect the IAP to the internal network I can SSH to the IAP. Then, I connect the IAP to the DSL Router and the IAP is up and working and it is showing in the controller IAP table. The user traffic is being tunnel to the controller because internal resources can be access. From the IAP User Vlan I can SSH to the IAP. I am suspecting somewhere in the controller ssh traffic is being block. Or the IAP is using the uplink interface IP (DSL Given) instead of the IPSEC tunnel IP.
Any ideas would be appreciated.
Re: IAP SSH
01-26-2016 01:14 PM
You need to have a route in your internal network for your IAP pool pointing to the controller.
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