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Old 06-25-2007, 06:29 PM
illunious illunious is offline
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Default Using OpenVPN and keeping access to LAN

I have openvpn (win32) set up to get internet access through findnot, and it's working fine, but I can't figure out how to keep access to my local machines (192.168.1.x) after I connect.

I'm sure they cover this somewhere on the site, but I don't even know what terminology to be looking for in the help/howto docs.

Note: I don't have access to the server configuration, just the client.

Thanks!
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Old 06-25-2007, 07:03 PM
funkyworms funkyworms is offline
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Default Re: $10 on FT. Using OpenVPN and keeping access to LAN

Make it $1000. I don't think rewards are allowed in CTH.
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Old 06-25-2007, 07:05 PM
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Default Re: $10 on FT. Using OpenVPN and keeping access to LAN

I wouldnt use findnot, it has been reported that neteller/pokersite accounts have been shut down from people using findnot service because there is so much fraud through findnot.
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Old 06-25-2007, 07:09 PM
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Default Re: $10 on FT. Using OpenVPN and keeping access to LAN

Not using it to play poker.

If it is the case that rewards aren't allowed on CTH I apologize (didn't see this on the sticky), feel free to delete this and I'll start one without that.
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Old 06-25-2007, 07:15 PM
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Default Re: $10 on FT. Using OpenVPN and keeping access to LAN

NP. I don't think it's in the sticky.

I've successfully set up OpenVPN and can ping between both OpenVPN peers, however I cannot reach any of the other machines on the subnet. What's the problem?

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Make sure that the firewall is not filtering the TUN/TAP interface.
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Make sure you have IP forwarding enabled on the server.
* If you are using routing (not ethernet bridging), make sure the clients (or LAN gateway) have a route back to the server for the packets coming in over the tunnel. This can be done by:
o adding a route in your default gateway for the VPN network IP subnet pointing to the OpenVPN machine,
o adding a route to every client, or
o NATing all VPN traffic to the local address of the OpenVPN machine for network traffic which leaves the OpenVPN machine for the local net.
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If you are still stumped, use tcpdump, ethereal, or WinDump to determine where packets are being dropped.
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Old 06-25-2007, 07:27 PM
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Default Re: $10 on FT. Using OpenVPN and keeping access to LAN

Yea, why isn't it on the sticky?
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Old 06-25-2007, 07:33 PM
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Default Re: $10 on FT. Using OpenVPN and keeping access to LAN

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Yea, why isn't it allowed?

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FYP
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Old 06-25-2007, 07:43 PM
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Default Re: $10 on FT. Using OpenVPN and keeping access to LAN

I figure it's not allowed because no one wants to deal with the drama bombs... "I want my two dollars"
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Old 06-25-2007, 08:23 PM
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Default Re: $10 on FT. Using OpenVPN and keeping access to LAN

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NP. I don't think it's in the sticky.

I've successfully set up OpenVPN and can ping between both OpenVPN peers, however I cannot reach any of the other machines on the subnet. What's the problem?

*

Make sure that the firewall is not filtering the TUN/TAP interface.
*

Make sure you have IP forwarding enabled on the server.
* If you are using routing (not ethernet bridging), make sure the clients (or LAN gateway) have a route back to the server for the packets coming in over the tunnel. This can be done by:
o adding a route in your default gateway for the VPN network IP subnet pointing to the OpenVPN machine,
o adding a route to every client, or
o NATing all VPN traffic to the local address of the OpenVPN machine for network traffic which leaves the OpenVPN machine for the local net.
*

If you are still stumped, use tcpdump, ethereal, or WinDump to determine where packets are being dropped.

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Is this not to get access to machines on the remote network? This looks like stuff that you would do on the server side.

"adding a route to every client" might be what I need but I have no idea what that involves. I tried using "push" in the config but it said that's a server option. Also tried doing ipconfig 192.168.1.0 255.255.255.0, but that didn't work, not even sure if I'm on the right path.
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Old 06-25-2007, 08:29 PM
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Default Re: $10 on FT. Using OpenVPN and keeping access to LAN

will you post your "ipconfig /all" results?
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