220.127.116.11 is the VPN public ip; tun0 is the VPN tunnel, my machine has 10.7.7.126 as address; 10.7.7.125 is the p-t-p address I understand is the other "end" of the VPN; Regarding the routing table I understand that: by default all traffic is sent via 10.7.7.125 on interface tun0 (but why that mask?) 10.7.7.1 is reachable via tun0; public
However not all traffic is routed through the openvpn interface and so I have different is's on different servers. e.g.: showipaddress.com IP=18.104.22.168 sees only the external ip of my vpn server whatsmyip.com IP=22.214.171.124 sees the ip of my regular dialup connection. I guess it is a routing issue, so her is "route print" from the [Solved] Help routing all traffic through PFSense OpenVPN I've configured OpenVPN on PFSense and am able to connect through my phone using the OpenVPN app. I can reach internet network resources just fine. I realized today that my IP is still showing as my cell carrier, Starbucks wifi, or whatever. I'd like to route all traffic through the VPN connection. From what I've seen, push "redirect-gateway def1" UniFi - USG/UDM VPN: How to Configure Site-to-Site VPN Manual IPsec creates a site-to-site VPN tunnel to an externally managed USG, EdgeRouter, or another vendor's offering which supports IPsec. OpenVPN is similar to Manual IPsec, in that it creates a tunnel to an externally managed device, just using OpenVPN instead of IPsec. IPsec is recommended for performance reasons. VPN routing with private IP's - Microsoft Tech Community I am not a networking person. Just want to get that out there. I'm setting up a VPN server for some of our students to use in order to connect to labs remotely. I can connect to the VPN server and I get issued 172.25.100.11. But I can't go anywhere. Trace route shows the next hop as 172.25.100.10 (the start of the VPN client IP range).
In our example network, the OpenVPN Access Server has an IP of 192.168.70.222. It also has a VPN client subnet of 172.16.0.0/20 and it will eventually have a site-to-site connection running to subnet 10.0.60.0/24. To make the router aware of these extra subnets look up the documentation of your router device, and look up how to add static routes.
Static and dynamic routing. The type of routing that you select can depend on the make and model of your customer gateway device. If your customer gateway device supports Border Gateway Protocol (BGP), specify dynamic routing when you configure your Site-to-Site VPN connection.
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VPN routing with private IP's - Microsoft Tech Community I am not a networking person. Just want to get that out there. I'm setting up a VPN server for some of our students to use in order to connect to labs remotely. I can connect to the VPN server and I get issued 172.25.100.11. But I can't go anywhere. Trace route shows the next hop as 172.25.100.10 (the start of the VPN client IP range). Client issue in config - Proper routing rather than NAT Jun 13, 2017 Setting up OpenVPN on Asus RT-N66U - PureVPN Rules for routing client traffic through the tunnel: This can be a little tricky, but let’s assume you are using the default IP information for the Asus device and you want ALL clients to route EVERYTHING through the VPN tunnel. If that were the case, you would build 2 rules as follows: Router 192.168.1.1 0.0.0.0 WAN x3mRouting ~ Selective Routing for Asuswrt-Merlin Firmware