Your original post left the impression, this VPN was operational for you on 3.6.0 before...petervbreemen wrote:I resolved the problem myself by looking around in the forum.
Yes - this is because there is no NAT loopback in place, because of...petervbreemen wrote:When using a VPN-connection with the NAS VPN service, I have to use 10.0.0.1 as the "local" IP address of the NAS to get connected to the NAS's folders, instead of the local IP address (in my case: 192.168.2.5) of the NAS in my home network.
...which can not work.petervbreemen wrote:I think this is a bad design of the VPN service in the QNAP software. To my logic it should bridge to the NAS's local IP address, provided by (in my case) the home network DHCP server (router).
YOu don't have to . To connect ot the NAS from the VPN, jut use 10.0.0.1 (resp 10.8.0.1) instead of the LAN IP...young wrote:you had to change all ip client and router (from 192.168.2.X to 10.0.0.x) of your lan? ü/quote] Nope forget - do _not_ use the same TCP/IP subnetwork for the VPNs and for the LAN.young wrote:I have the problem too and I cannot change subnet of my lan
10.0.0.1 (for PPTP VPN) resp. 10.8.0.1 (for OpenVPN) I'd say... when using the default VPN pool config.young wrote:I must to connect in lan with 192.168.0.x and from vpn with 10.0.0.2.
True - but that's the way it is for now.young wrote:It is not handy but now I can use my folders from vpn.
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