force entire LAN traffic through OpenVPN client

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baumkuchen7
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force entire LAN traffic through OpenVPN client

Post by baumkuchen7 » Sat Aug 10, 2019 10:18 pm

I could successfully achieve a remote connection to my PfSense OpenVPN server.

Now I would like to set up a second OpenVPN server to route the whole local network traffic of one machine through a tunnel. So far the client successfully connects to the desired OpenVPN server in a tunneled network but will not be forwarded to the LAN network itself, hence can't communicate with the data server.

I've been messing around for some time with the OpenVPN server setting, NAT configuration and firewall rules in PfSense. Either this configuration is not possible yet because I've been missing something in my PfSense settings or due to my current adapter TAP settings in Windows 10. Are there any additional configurations which I should apply in Windows 10 unless the traffic will be tunneled through the TAP adapter and then to the Ethernet adapter?

Thank you very much.

baumkuchen7
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Re: force entire LAN traffic through OpenVPN client

Post by baumkuchen7 » Sun Aug 11, 2019 4:03 pm

I still have no solution for this problem. Any guidance would be wonderful.

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Pippin
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Re: force entire LAN traffic through OpenVPN client

Post by Pippin » Sun Aug 11, 2019 4:15 pm

Please post your question on pfSense forum:
https://forum.netgate.com/category/34/openvpn

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