I have recently purchased a GL-MT300N-V2 (Mango) and I have started to configure everything.
My current setup (remote):
- Asus router with OpenVPN server configured (with DDNS)
- Windows desktop connected via cable to Asus router with RDP enabled
My current setup (home):
- Asus router (with DDNS)
- Laptop with OpenVPN client installed
I have imported same .ovpn config file I have on home.laptop in GL-MT300N-V2 (Mango) and I am able to connect to Asus.router.remote (successful connection and I get remote IP as public IP on my home.laptop), but I am unable to connect to remote.desktop via RDP or access anything on remote.router LAN.
I am able to run OpenVPN client from home.laptop and connect to remote.router and from there to my remote.desktop using RDP.
When I add Mango in the mix between my home.laptop and my home.router I can’t access my remote.desktop using RDP even if I can connect to remote.router VPN from Mango.
My Mango gets an internal LAN IP (via WAN port) from my home.router and my home.laptop gets a Mango internal IP (via LAN port).
home.laptop (w. OpenVPN client + RDP) => home.router => remote.router (VPN server) => remote.desktop (RDP server)
Not OK route:
home.laptop (w. OpenVPN client + RDP) => Mango => home.router => remote.router (VPN server) => remote.desktop (RDP server)
Any ideas what i’m doing wrong?