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« on: Tuesday 10 May 2011, 05:51:51 am »

Hi,

I'm running an OpenVPN server on my EFW but I have difficulties reach other hosts than the EFW itself when connected to the VPN tunnel.
The OpenVPN server is running in bridged mode and I would like to change it to routed IP and change the subnet of the OpenVPN interface.

Is this possible, or have anyone of you successfully enstablished an OpenVPN connection in EFW 2.3 where you can reach all clients within the subnet?
Then please share your experience with me in form of server- and client configuration.

Best regards,
jeliasson
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« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 11 May 2011, 03:06:55 am »

Hi,

I came across an article by jpluimers who also have noticed this issue on a forum thread (Sorry, I cannot paste clickable - stupid!).
Since I had the same setup, eventought I would not imagine that that would be the issue, I simply disabled promiscous mode on the VMware ESXi host - and it's not working just fine.
Furthermore, I also removed the SNAT-rule (From OpenVPN to the green-zone) and it's working fine without it aswell.

I hope this helps the rest of you that are experiencing this problem!  Smiley

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Forum link: http ://wiert.wordpress.com/2010/10/12/endian-firewall-connected-client-can-access-efw-but-no-other-hosts/
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