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So I did some research, and the problem seems to occur with multiple VPN clients, third party or not. From what I understood the problem is that by activating the VPN, some settings e.g. the proxy settings are altered, and that is something the average user must not do without granting admin rights to the process. I found out two possible workarounds, but I ...


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If the devices don't have a public IP address (and assuming you don't have special support from your telco), you cant do this directly. You will need an intermediary device with a public - ideally static IP. There are a few ways to do this. Likely the easiest way is to get both devices set up as VPN clients and use a service that can provide each client ...


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The entry in your OpenVPN configuration file that's responsible for handling the default routing is this one redirect-gateway def1 It tells the OpenVPN client to redirect all traffic through the OpenVPN gateway. If you want to control which routes are sent through the OpenVPN tunnel the keyword is route. It can be repeated multiple times, once per subnet. ...


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