WAN address of BR100 not routed over tunnel?

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We've just had a problem with one of our BR100 devices not being able to reach an internal address. The BR100 was attached to a device with 192.168.50.1 and DHCP 192.168.50.10-100.

Because of this, every request to our internal 192.168.50.x range was unreachable but I AM able to ping 192.168.50.1.
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Tiele Declercq

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I've been diving into the configuration only to not find out how and where the routing policy is used.

I have this routing policy configured:


But where can I see if this routing policy is active on my current router?

These are the internal networks of our VPN Gateway:


And this is the subnetwork on the routers that we use:


As I see it, 192.168.50.x is a private network and it should be routed onto the VPN network..

But it doesn't!