WAN RemoteAccess Networks
BWC Cybersecurity Overlord ✭✭✭
@DanBuzzo you might check with SNWL Support, because when your WAN RemoteAccess Networks Object is missing, the related Access Rules are missing as well and need to be created.
Double check with these KB-Articles and if you did everything whats suggested it's out of your hands.
A very odd situation, never occured to me in all these years.
DanBuzzo Newbie ✭
I redid my VPN configuration but this time I redid it using SSL VPN, I enabled ALL Tunnel.
I configured the WAN RemoteAccess Networks object and added it to the user of my VPN.
Now it started to work perfectly, browsing through the VPN and accessing the local network.
Thanks a lot for the help 🙂!0
@DanBuzzo I checked on an Appliance running 126.96.36.199 with Firefox and Google Chrome, it showed the Network as expected.
Did you tried a different Browser already or scrolled down the available networks to find the entry manually?
Hi @BWC , thanks for the reply,
Yes, I tested in more browsers and I also scrolled through the available options and found nothing.
I also made sure to keep my browsers up to date.
SonicOS Enhanced 188.8.131.52
@DanBuzzo this is really strange, but did you scrolled down further, because the WAN RemoteAccess Networks object is not directly besides these other WAN named objects. It's at the very end on top of the X Interfaces, I guess it's sorted Groups first and then Objects.
I just went through all the items and I can't really find it on my list ☹️
I need to configure it so that my client can access the VPN by browsing the company's public IP.
@DanBuzzo your Firewall is running SonicOS 184.108.40.206?
@BWC My firewall is running SonicOS Enhanced version 220.127.116.11
@DanBuzzo is it listed under Manage -> Policies -> Objects -> Adress Objects?
Was your Configuration migrated somehow to the current Appliance from an older one?
Exactly, this object is not listed,
Is there any way to retrieve the settings just for this?
I searched but didn't find it.
@DanBuzzo is there a possibility that GroupVPN on your WAN Zone is not activated? Manage -> System Setup -> Network -> Zones. In my configuration it's selected per default and cannot be disabled.
This KB-Article got me thinking, because all of the WAN RemoteAccess related Access Rules are created because of GroupVPN, maybe it goes for the Network Object as well. Maybe your configuration is newer than mine.
Yes, Group VPN on the WAN zone is active, including Police (WAN GroupVPN)
What happens is that, inside Police, I activated the following configuration:
I left the option (This Gateway Only) because I want my client to browse the VPN.
When I enable this option, my VPN connects but doesn't browse, so I think the problem might be related to (WAN RemoteAccess Networks)
I will do a test with the created object