The work of the network for Xen?

Good day, ladies and gentlemen,

The question arose, which cannot allow its own forces and the forces of Google, you have to ask for advice.

Is the server on which you installed XEN, the guest installed ubuntu 10.04 (c two network interfaces) one of the network interfaces assigned address range of the local network, the second dhcp address of a virtual network of xen. Address that is allocated the ip of the local area, pinged, and gives you login via ssh to it, etc. in General behaves correctly.

The problem arose, to go to this ip from the local network and via VPN. VPN is already available, configured, and well-let the users on your internal network on all protocols, it would seem no problem, BUT the client connected via VPN it is not possible to log on to a server that is a guest in XEN, nor what Protocol... What to do?

PS actually I tried a lot of things, including port mapping with iptables, nothing happened. Defined, using tcpdump the packets from the VPN client to reach the server, but do not go back. But with a guest host, I can log into the VPN client.

Really need help, if necessary clarify, the configs, I'll send it. Thank you in advance
October 8th 19 at 03:58
2 answers
October 8th 19 at 04:00
Where is the VPN connection? to dom0?
Yes, the vpn server is the dom0 - Dorothy_Smi commented on October 8th 19 at 04:03
Then apparently You have default gw from DomU specified router in the local network and not the Dom0. - Violet_Wiso commented on October 8th 19 at 04:06
Dom0 is a global router, i.e. it is directly connected to the Internet, it gives Internet users in the LAN, and the default hateem for domU is he... He is already in shock like all rechecked, could it be because of the version of xen? - Dorothy_Smi commented on October 8th 19 at 04:09
October 8th 19 at 04:02
The issue has been resolved, it was my fail, now it works... misunderstanding of routing. Thank you had the right idea, +1 to You for that.

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