only use ROUTED OpenVPN.
Gilson Soares wrote:
> I don´t know the inner working of OpenVPN, but I suppose using
> "client-to-client" option make the OpenVPN daemon do the routing, not
> even leave the packets go thru O.S. routes.
> I have several similar setups and never need to use routeback option.
> Just "client-to-client" solved this problem.
I'm just saying that we've had reports that 'client-to-client' is
ineffective in routed setups. I haven't tried it. But I do use
'client-to-client' with my bridged configuration and it works fine.
Can you confirm that 'client-to-client' works in a ROUTED OpenVPN
-Tom (who wonders if he inadvertently dropped in on #openvpn)
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