we use a single server (Windows Server 2019 Essentials) in our micro-sized business. The server's role are Domain Controller, DNS, DHCP and some others.
We also have a MikroTik router. This is our only router and is connected to the internet directly - it's the main gateway to our network and functions also as a firewall.
I managed to configure a SSTP server on the router and I am able to connect to it from a distant network using a Win 10 client.
I can ping the Windows Server's IP address. But I can't do anything else...
Can't ping the server hostname
Can't access shared files
Can't do anything else on the server, basically just ping its IP
Needless to say, this all works when I'm connected directly to the network.
The server handles the DHCP, however when I configured the SSTP on MikroTik, I had to assign some IP Pool to VPN clients. As I am fairly new to MikroTik, I'm not sure if I did everything correctly here. The Windows Server DHCP assigns range 192.168.100.100-192.168.100.254 and I configured the VPN Pool on Mikrotik to 192.168.101.100-192.168.101.254.
The question is - why isn't Windows Server letting me in from the VPN subnet? If I can ping its IP, it means that I am successfully in the network.
I tried to turn off Windows Firewall on the server, but that didn't do anything.
I would appreciate any tips about why this might be happening.