You have this configured for your local networks in the VPN definition:
[invalid local protected network]
[configured local policy identities]
The CheckPoint has this configured for its remote network(s), which should match your local networks:
Either you delete your local networks and add 184.108.40.206/32 as your only local network or you have the other tunnel delete 220.127.116.11 and add the same networks in their 'remote networks' as you have there in your local network.
There have been attempting this. However it was showing error invalidates the remote network.
>> There have been attempting this. However it was showing error invalidates the remote network.
Ok, keep pasting the errors from the audit and we'll see if we can get it working.
$> acat -ke "area vpn"
$> showaudit -vk
on the command line for VPN audits.
Type 'area vpn' (no quotes) in the Fast Server Filter box in the GUI (Admin Console) Audit Viewing box to see the same thing.