A friend of mine uses a car dealership service (ODIS) which consists of a "Cisco box" with a WAN and a LAN connection. This box is connected from WAN to ether2 of the mikrotik HEX to connect to the internet. It then automatically creates a secure connection to the ODIS service. Any internet connection will do.
He then connects a laptop to the lan port of this Cisco box and the software on the laptop logs in to the ODIS service.
The software seems to connect via HTTP to addresses like ws-gateway.cpn.vwg.
He now want's to be able to use this service "on the road" so I created a L2TP-IPSEC VPN for him. I connected the LAN port of the Cisco box to ether 5, took ether 5 out of the bridge and activated a DHCP client on ether5. Ether5 now get's this from the Cisco box (like the laptop would):
IP address: 10.10.10.6/28
DHCP server: 10.10.10.1
Primary DNS: 192.168.2.42
Secondary DNS: 192.168.129.33
How can I now give him access to the Cisco box from his L2TP-IPSEC VPN as if his laptop where plugged into the Cisco box itself?
Please be kind, I'm just a novice