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« on: Wednesday 04 June 2014, 12:32:47 am »

Hello all,

I am new to this forum but am using endian for a long time now.
Firstly endian works perfectly and never had any complaints with it.

But now i have a problem i cant seem to solve or don`t now how to do it.
I searched the forum and the only post wich had the same sort of question as myself is from february and wasnt answered.

I hope you guys can help me.

I have setup a vpn server in a datacenter. This server has endian as its main ipsec firewall. This server is going to be used to put a lot of other networks in the range of endian.

now i can set up ipsec connections perfectly and i can ping both networks so the tunnels are up.

But now i want to block the remote end from connecting to the network on endians end. So i thought the vpn firewall is the way to go.
But i cant seem to get one end denyed on the firewall.

i want for example

endians internal lan say allowed to
but want to deny traffic to to

How do i do this.
I tried eveything even deny every interface to every destination but i cant seem to get the vpn firewall deny anything.

Is the VPN Firewall working?

Thanks in advance

Yourse sincerely

Daniel Winters

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