We have two sites: the primary site, and a remote site. These both have Barracuda firewalls with a TINA tunnel between them.
As part of a new policy, we're having to setup some scripts that create a PAR file on a weekly basis and FTP it to the opposite site for disaster recovery and archival.
We got the script working great locally, but as we moved into field testing, it immediately had an issue.
The FTP command (and ping command) that are directed to the other side of the TINA tunnel, want to try and use the loopback address of the vpn0 interface (127.0.3.1) as the source. This of course causes them to fail to connect to anything.
I was looking at host firewall rules, but it doesn't seem you can specify any translations, and only use original IP on them.
What's the proper way to resolve this?
Thanks in advance for any advice or tips anyone can offer.