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Mac OS X and VPN Option all traffic over vpn

i have to say, i am new in using a Mac. So please don't expect too much. My operating system is Mac OS X 10.9.2. To connect to my company's pc, i managed to create a vpn connection using VPN (PPTP). ...
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Redirect VPN through one interface and “the internet” through another

This is my network architecture right now: Interface 1 (en0): medium speed unlimited download wi-fi network Interface 2 (en6): fast speed limited download 4G hotspot I have to access an VPN ...
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Redirecting or routing all traffic to OpenVPN on a Mac OS X client

I have configured an OpenVPN (2.2.1) server on an Ubuntu virtual machine in the Amazon elastic compute cloud. The server is up and running. I have installed OpenVPN (2.2.1) on a Mac OS X (10.8.2) ...
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Internet Sharing on Lion breaks my routing table

When in the office, I'm connected to a 192.168.1.0/24 network. When Internet Sharing is off, when I run netstat -nr the first entry shows default 192.168.1.254 UGSc 10 ...
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Mac OS X vpnd routing

I have a Mac running OS X 10.6. I would like to connect to it remotely such that my requests from the remote machine appear to come from the aforementioned Mac (my database server access is ...
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ip-up does not trigger when using built-in cisco vpn on mac osx lion

I am using Cisco VPN client over lion and I want to make the ip-up and ip-down work. There is no sign of any action taken when I connect or disconnect this VPN connection. I really doubt whether the ...
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How does a MacOSX VPN connection route traffic by default?

I connect to a VPN from home to work. I use Mac OSX 10.6.x's built-in Cisco support to connect. There are no non-default settings after authentication (eg to do with routing). How does network ...
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What is the netmask equivalent on the version of route for the Mac

In order to create some special routes for debugging I used the following command on my linux server: sudo route add -net 10.78.0.0 netmask 255.255.0.0 gw 10.101.1.1 which works, and sets up the ...
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Route Split for OS X

I'm attempting to install a static route for a Mac Pro desktop. I'm using Route Split 1.4, which creates a startup script called /etc/routes.sh (the script waits for the interface to come online ...
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Possible to config an application to use LAN or wifi access?

MacBook Internet connection via WiFi via proxy (en0) LAN connection via ethernet (en6) i.e.: en0: flags=8863<UP,BROADCAST,SMART,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> mtu 1500 ether 00:1f:f3:ba:82:57 ...
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Selectively routing traffic via ethernet or wifi, with proper DNS (Mac OS X 10.6)

When I'm at work, I access various intranet pages as well as the wider Internet through ethernet. However, the company LAN blocks some ports (e.g. Google Calendar). I can get to those through WiFi. ...
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Routing traffic to specific web sites through Ethernet, rest via wifi on Mac OS X 10.6?

I have two separate Internet connections connected to a Mac and I'd like one of them (via Ethernet en0 gateway) to serve for just backing up to an remote online storage, and the other one (via Airport ...
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Networking: Adding specific route for printer, on Mac Connected to Two Networks

I have a Mac connected to two different networks (wireless en1 and ethernet en0 ). The ethernet network is the preferred (System Preferences->Set Service Order). I'd like to be able to print to a ...
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Remote desktop connection over VPN - IP routing issues?

I'm trying to get a remote desktop connection over VPN to work. The VPN connection authenticates fine, and the (Microsoft) RDC client gives an error about the machine being unavailable. The kicker is ...
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Changing Mac OS X 10.6 Routing after VPN'd In

I have a coffee shop around the corner that I use to do some work when I want to get away from home. They offer free wi-fi and I then use my Mac 10.6 VPN to log into my work network. I have "Send all ...
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Usage of Dual Ethernet Jacks (One for LAN, One for WAN)

I'm working on an old Mac PowerPC G5 that has two Ethernet jacks. I'm interested in finding a way to have both jacks setup so that all internal traffic (all traffic to and from a specific IP address ...