Jan 06, 2016
Laptop Running Ubuntu OpenVPN version 2.3.2 . I connect to a OpenVPN server that connects to an off-site network. I get the OpenVPN client running and I can ping the VPN server. The server doesn't push any routes so I need to route on the client. Adding the off-site networks to route to the VPNserver so that I can access the off site network. IgnoreRedirectGateway – OpenVPN Community Jun 09, 2018 Setting Up PFSENSE with OPENVPN using User Authentication
Difference "route" & "push route" commands - OpenVPN
push "route 10.66.0.0 255.255.255.0" Next, you must set up a route on the server-side LAN gateway to route the VPN client subnet (10.8.0.0/24) to the OpenVPN server (this is only necessary if the OpenVPN server and the LAN gateway are different machines). Make sure that you’ve enabled IP and TUN/TAP forwarding on the OpenVPN server machine.
[SOLVED] PFSense OPEN VPN Site to site - Spiceworks
[Solved] Help routing all traffic through PFSense OpenVPN push "redirect-gateway def1" in the PFSense OpenVPN config is where you start, forcing all traffic through the VPN. Now, there's no internet. Back to Google and it looks like I need outbound NAT rules to be able to access the web. I set these up based on existing WAN rules: My local subnet is 192.168.12.0 and I set OpenVPN to 192.168.13.0. OpenVPN on pFSense: Enable access to the LAN resources We already done OpenVPN setup on pFSense and now we are able to connect to VPN, but we are still not able to access to the LAN resources across VPN connection. Before we proceed with the LAB, here is the configuration of my LAB Host: Windows Server 2016 STD Eval – 10.20.20.2/16 Firewall/VPN: pFSense […] vpn - pfSense OpenVPN clients routing - Server Fault You need two things. One, a push route on the OpenVPN server to send the clients a route. push "route 192.168.0.0 255.255.255.0" Then a second phase 2 with the local being 10.1.0.0/24 and remote 192.168.0.0/24, and vice versa on the remote end.