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accepted OpenVPN Appliance Routing Configuration
Jun
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comment OpenVPN Appliance Routing Configuration
Yes, static route in the firewall, everything makes sense now. I very much appreciate your help, thank you.
Jun
26
comment OpenVPN Appliance Routing Configuration
I'm not sure what mode it's in and I can't find the config files in the virtual appliance (not sure where to look). I changed it so that clients connect to the 10.10.8.0/24 network. I want to bridge it to the 10.10.9.0/24 network. When I log in as a user, I get a 10.10.8.3 address and I can ping 10.10.8.1 and 10.10.9.9, but not 10.10.9.1. If I show the IP routes on the VM, one of the lines says 10.10.9.0/24 dev eth0 proto kernel scope link src 10.10.9.9, which I thought would route between the networks, but it clearly does not.
Jun
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comment OpenVPN Appliance Routing Configuration
We're just a small company with a single subnet (10.10.9.0/24). Our "router" is our firewall (one port is the public IP, the other is 10.10.9.1). The VM is 10.10.9.9 (eth0), there is port forwarding in the firewall to pass the OpenVPN stuff through to the VM. When I log in my VPN assigned IP is 10.10.9.81. Everything resides on the 10.10.9.0/24 subnet.
Jun
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comment OpenVPN Appliance Routing Configuration
The IP address of the VM is 10.10.9.9. I'm not sure what you are trying to say (I apologize for my minimal knowledge in this area). Do I need to create a route in the VM, with iptables or something similar?
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comment Bootable Linux on CF Card
Ok, now it makes sense, thanks.
Jul
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comment Bootable Linux on CF Card
The motherboard has a CF card slot. It boots at the secondary master device. I guess it could be a CF to IDE internally (sort of seems like it at least). Is there a way to load Puppy Linux onto the CF card from my laptop and then install the card? I don't have a CD drive on the device.
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