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« on: Friday 27 July 2012, 04:26:21 pm »


I am currently using efw 2.4.1 community. I enabled the VPN service but I chose not to bridge it to my GREEN ( network. With this, I created a particular subnet ( for the VPN connection.

I installed an OpenVPN client on a separate computer not belonging to my green network. This computer has its own internet access. I am able to connect to via VPN and is receiving an IP The ip is assigned automatically to the endian server. While being connected to the VPN, I am able to access the endian page and configure it as I wish.

Now, my concern is, I wish for my VPN subnet ( to be able to access the my GREEN subnet (


under FIREWALL > SYSTEM ACCESS, I created an entry, > ANY > ANY > ALLOW w/ IPS
under FIREWALL > VPN TRAFFIC, I created an entry, ANY > ANY > ANY > ALLOW.
I also created a STATIC ROUTE entry TO and FROM the two subnets using the green IP of my efw server as the stativ Gateway.

With this setup, I cannot ping any of my VPN IP while I'm connected via GREEN and vice versa.

Any enlightenment or help with what I am trying to acomplish will be greatly appreciated.
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« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 15 August 2012, 04:51:29 am »

I am currently testing openvpn and I find that I am getting the subnet of my home network when I am connected to the VPN which is a completely different subnet.  It seems that the addresses that I am pushing are not being received on the client side.  Let me know if you figure this out.
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