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I like veeampn and how it makes it helps making restoring a vm to azure so very easy.
my lan uses 192.168.62.xxx and the local computer, DAVTEST01, that I restored to azure uses 192.168.62.101
after I restore the vm to azure, i can ping from my laptop-192.168.62.210 thru veeampn and reach the vm in azure DAVTEST01 @ 192.168.62.101
however, it seems that the site-to-site vpn is uni-directional.
from that vm in azure, I am not able to access network devices on 192.168.62.xxx
so for example, DAVTEST01, is sharing printers on the local lan, 192.168.62.xxx and clients on the lan print via that shared printer.
but that no longer works.
am I doing something wrong or is that how veeampn works?
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I'm not sure how your machine has got the same IP as it had in the original network (maybe you still trying to ping the original VM?), but I would recommend taking a look at that article.
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