I have setup an IPSEC tunnel between two routers (Cisco/LinkSys RV042 & RVL200). The RV042 router is at my home and the RVL200 router will be my remote site. In actual fact I will be using it from time to time when I am traveling abroad on long term IT projects. I would like to catch up on my favourite BBC programs on iPlayer while I am leaving and working abroad.
I am using DYN DNS for name resolution on each site to configure the IPSEC tunnel between the two routers. Everything works fine as far as the bringing up the tunnel and routing between the two routers is concerned. What I am not able to do is configure some sort of a route from my Windows 7 laptop so that when I access iPlayer from my Windows 7 laptop the Geo-locater will route the traffic via the tunnel.
The RV042 and RVL200 routers are SMB therefore there is no access to telnet, therefore I can't add any static routes etc.
UK side router network LAN Gateway - 10.200.62.1 Remote side router LAN Gateway - 192.168.1.1
Once the tunnel connects between the two routers over the internet I can ping 10.200.62.1 from my 192.168.1.1 network.
Is there a way I could setup a routing rule on Windows (on 192.168.1.x network) to say if I go to www.website.co.uk to use 10.200.62.1 network route and if I go to www.website.com then to use 192.168.1.1.
Any information would be appreciated.