I've configured OpenVPN to use the same IP range rather than the default 172.31.0.0 - but I did try that too. Clients are using IP addresses 192.168.0.6 and 192.168.0.10. There are no IP conflicts - that I can see. I have created rules for teh firewall to allow traffic - in and out - on TCP port 1194. I've added DNS addresses, local and ISP
Hi Troy. Network interface in that article refers to the network adapter on the local computer. I am afraid I cannot be certain as I do not know your configuration but if two network connections “”no internet connection” may mean you cannot access internet or resolve Internet names with one connection, probably one that connects to the corporate network or server. OpenVPN routing to LAN - OpenVPN Support Forum Apr 04, 2016 VPN access to local network : synology VPN access to local network I've run into this with a few different setups, and I'm trying to nail down a fix. A Mac Mini server running L2TP over IPSec VPN handing out IP addresses in the same subnet works the way I'd want (also using a firewall's vpn and adding routing works).
VPN access to local network : synology
My issue is that I can create a openvpn connection, authenticates to an ldap server backend, but it does not route to the local network . My local net is a 16 bit network example 172.16.0.0/16. I've had the network that open vpn connects to at 10.10.200.0/24 , 172.16.0.0/16 . 10.10.0.0/16 but i just can see my local servers remotely. [Solved] How to access windows shares via OpenVPN Oct 11, 2016 Using OpenVPN to Securely Access Your Network Remotely
OpenVPN on RV320 connects but can't access LAN - Cisco
Jan 04, 2018 openvpn - Access LAN computers via VPN connection - Unix I am wanting to put a VPN server on one of machines on my LAN and expose this VPN service to the internet. Once a client (laptop) is connected to my VPN service from outside my LAN I want to be able to access other services/devices on my LAN such as (s)ftp, … How to configure an OpenVPN Remote Access Server in Nov 27, 2018 OpenVPN no longer working - Networking - Spiceworks