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Drew_Schwedland Newbie ✭

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  • @Ajishlal Yes it is set up that way. I can get to the network from my home office where the VPN is configured to, but I can't access it from the other remote locations connected to my home office by VPN and that's what I'm trying to do
  • That is what I figured. Thank you for the response!
  • That's good to hear! I'm happy to help!
  • Is there a way to configure Azure Active Directory for user authentication for firewall login and VPN login?
  • No problem! I am curious to see how this turns out!
  • No I don't see an issue with it being that high. I manually set all my priorities for outbound traffic so they don't get stuck behind my Deny all rule that doesn't let anything out that I don't want
  • I realize now that I didn't lock it down to IP address because there were so many on the website and I didn't want to configure that many. I just opened up the ports I wanted to use. Here are all the ports I used. I assume that you're missing an IP address or network somewhere, because they have a lot. Have you guys done…
  • I can also look on my firewalls and see what I have configured on them. I use Meraki wifi and haven't had any issues with connection to Meraki dashboard on 6th or 7th gen firewalls
  • @LewisAofM Do you have a Deny all rule? Is the Meraki rule after that? I know you said that you had all the IPs and ports that was needed, but just in case, here is a link to their documentation on what needs to be opened up on the firewall for what.…
  • Whoops, I pressed the wrong button! Does anyone else get the "VLAN 1 Link Status Down" log message constantly on all of their switches? I have 46 or so switches at 43 different sites and I keep getting this log message all the time. I'm not sure what's going on with it. Nothing seems to be really interrupting the flow of…
  • It is basically just so you can direct the DHCP messages to 1 DHCP server if you want to do that. I don't believe you actually need to do that with GVC. The only documentation I can find about it is for site to site VPNs. I wouldn't even bother setting it up. We use SSL VPN and all I did was set up a range of IP addresses…
  • Those are the only 2 networks that Meraki gives for their dashboard/management. I thought it was odd at first, but I have been using it for months with no problems! @LewisAofM Unless you only want certain devices on your network to access certain stuff inside your network and they have to be on the same network as…
  • Hey Lewis! You are correct. The next step would be to create an access rule that allows traffic from the LAN to the WAN from whatever devices you want (you can specify the AP IP addresses or just any) to the IP addresses for Meraki on with the service group you created. Let me know if that helps!
  • I think the SSL-VPN config is right. I have it set to allow logins. What interface needs to be set to allow logins? The LAN or the WAN interface?
  • I figured it out, but this is for cloud managed switches. None of my switches will be firewall managed. You just have to go into the device on WNM and set the IP Address. You can't set a static IP Address in a switch policy on WNM.