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« on: Tuesday 23 May 2017, 06:42:16 am »


I have just upgraded a 2.5.1 installation that has been working well for 3 years to 3.2.2 on different equipment.
The only issue I have left is getting OpenVPN to work.  Under 2.5.1 it was simple and it "Just Worked", with 3.2.2, frustration!!

I am able to connect, via the red interface to the firewall, log in and I get an IP address from the firewall in the range expected.
BUT I cannot ping any machine inside on the Green interface.

With one login I have set the "Direct all client traffic through the VPN server" override and using tracert I can see that a request to google.com goes via that interface rather than directly from the connecting ISP.

The server is set as:-
- Authentication type: PSK
- Port: 1194
- Device Type: TAP
- Protocol: UDP
- Bridged: Selected
- Bridged to: GREEN
- Dynamic IP pool start address:
- Dynamic IP pool end address:
- Push these nameservers: selected
- Nameservers:
- Push these networks: selected
- Networks:

Client Config settings:-
dev tap
proto udp
remote my-external-ip 1194
resolv-retry infinite
ca cacert.pem

After connection in the Network Connection Details (Win7):-
- Description: TAP-Windows Adapater V9
- DHCP Enabled: Yes
- IPv4 Address:
- IPv4 Subnet Mask:
- IPv4 Default Gateway: (blank)
- IPv4 DHCP Server:
- IPv4 DNS Servers:

Reading other things on the net, I have not tried using the VPN firewall (should not be needed with bridged), but have tried the Source NAT rule suggested by kdouglas in the smalldragon post.

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« Reply #1 on: Wednesday 29 November 2017, 11:21:02 am »

Prueba con esto:


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