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Jan
18
comment Yet another routing issue in OpenVPN - Cannot access local machines while on VPN
@harrymc That is my understanding as well. The workaround for this is to add a static route (either on the router, which I cannot do unfortunately, or on each LAN machine that I want to access when connected to the VPN). This is what route add -net 10.8.0.0/24 gw 192.168.0.140 should do.
Jan
18
comment Yet another routing issue in OpenVPN - Cannot access local machines while on VPN
@harrymc This is my first OpenVPN server config so I must admit I might be mistaken in many things, but I thought that command pushed the route to the local network to the VPN clients.. In any case, even commenting it out I see the same behavior...
Jan
18
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Jan
16
comment Yet another routing issue in OpenVPN - Cannot access local machines while on VPN
Please clarify: is "local traffic" that on the 192.168.0.0 network? What's the outgoing link you are referring to? Have a look at this article linked above to understand what I mean: blog.remibergsma.com/2013/01/13/…
Jan
16
comment Yet another routing issue in OpenVPN - Cannot access local machines while on VPN
"the other end of the tunnel has no idea about you local network", that's right, and that's once again where I need routing to work :)
Jan
16
comment Yet another routing issue in OpenVPN - Cannot access local machines while on VPN
I am sure split tunneling would make me reach my goal, but that is not how I would like to do it. I still want all of my traffic to go through my VPN server, but I also want to access a different network, and here's where routing is involved.
Jan
16
comment Yet another routing issue in OpenVPN - Cannot access local machines while on VPN
Wouldn't that make some traffic not go through the VPN server though?
Jan
16
comment Yet another routing issue in OpenVPN - Cannot access local machines while on VPN
@user2313067 I have added the output of route print, and I confirm that I have also run sysctl -p. I have also double checked running cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward
Jan
16
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Jan
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Jan
15
comment Yet another routing issue in OpenVPN - Cannot access local machines while on VPN
@heavyd When I am connected to the VPN, I normally get IP 10.8.0.6. Let me update the question with the full output of ipconfig, it might be useful.
Jan
15
asked Yet another routing issue in OpenVPN - Cannot access local machines while on VPN
Jan
15
answered Ubuntu partition sizes
Jan
9
accepted How to make OpenVPN client work on UDP only and a non-default port?
Jan
9
comment How to make OpenVPN client work on UDP only and a non-default port?
@ultrasawblade I thought there could be a way to overwrite the config generated by the server, but apparently the correct way to do this is to redownload the client altogether. Please consider turning your comment into an answer so that I can accept it.
Jan
9
comment How to make OpenVPN client work on UDP only and a non-default port?
@DanielB I use it because that's the one created by the server. What open source version of the client are you referring to?
Jan
9
revised Is a /boot partition always necessary?
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Jan
9
asked How to make OpenVPN client work on UDP only and a non-default port?
Jan
8
comment Export Linux Desktop to others via Web
Java is very uncommon?
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revised Is it possible to run Ubuntu in a virtual machine and be able to boot to it?
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