first of all THANKS to the creators of SoftEther, it is really a great software!
I have just started using Amazon AWS and have two VPCs there, which are peered. I can reach all servers of VPC A on VPC B and vice versa. That all works perfectly well.
Now I installed a server for SoftEther in VPC A and enabled SecureNAT. That also works well, but I can ONLY reach servers in VPC A using a VPN connection.
Following the AWS documentation, you cannot do "Edge to Edge Routing Through a VPN Connection" (https://docs.aws.amazon.com/vpc/latest/ ... tions.html), but I hoped that my case would be different: For AWS, my VPN users should be coming from a "local server inside VPC A" (the SoftEther server) and should therefore be able to contact VPC B, right?
(As, like already explained above, I can reach all servers in VPC B from all servers in VPC A where SoftEther is located. The SoftEther server itself can also reach all servers in VPC B.)
I have pushed the route to both VPCs in the SecureNAT config (where 192.168.30.1 is the IP of the SecureNAT):
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I would be really happy if you could help me to get this working! :)
Thanks a lot and best regards,