I have a corporate Windows 7 machine that is supposed to connect to a VPN but for some reason the Cisco software won't connect and none of the gurus at the corporation have been able to figure this out.
I have the VPN connected via Linux that contains this route to the VPN network:
10.169.64.0 0.0.0.0 255.255.192.0 ... tun0
The local Linux machine is
so I added this route on the Windows 7 machine:
route -p add 10.169.64.0/18 192.168.1.113
and that was added correctly ... but I can't connect to the 10.169 network.
I was thinking that if Linux has the route, then all I'd need to do would be to connect to Linux to get the connection passed through. But do I need an intermediate route to the internal IP of the VPN and not directly to the tunnel address?
Please advise. Thanks much for any help!