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IP ranges in the "IPV4 Address Space" for network tunnels.

Hi experts, I am a newbie in F5, so I hope this is not going to be a complex question:

I have a BIG-IP 5250 running V11.5.4 Build 1.0.286 Hotfix HF1.

I have a network tunnel defined. When the user connects with his windows PC client, the only subnet added in his routing table is 10.100.0.0 /16. I think this is because this is the unique IP range added in the Network Access List “IPV4 LAN Address Space” option.

Now he should access the 10.106.0.0 /16 IP range. For that reason I added the 10.106.0.0 /16 ip range in the “IPV4 Address Space” list as an additional line. But when the client PC connects, he keeps getting only the 10.100.0.0/16 ip range in his routing table. So that he must manually add the 10.106.0.0 /16 static route 10.106.0.0 /16 in his PC prior to gain access to it.

Is there any other place to add the additional subnets for the network tunnel clients? Thanks.

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Comment made 12-Jul-2016 by BinaryCanary

this seems like a trivial observation, but did you save and Apply the Access policy? I'm guessing the question is about Access Policy Manager Network Access

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Comment made 12-Jul-2016 by IheartF5 2377

Stab in the dark as not an APM person - I can't answer your actual question but does changing the net/mask to 10.100.0.0/13 help?

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