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How can I configure my Cisco router to router certain traffic (IP or domain-based) through a VyperVPN connection?

VyperVPN uses IPSec:

Sample configuration is greatly appreciated.

Thanks in advance.

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Getting the cisco route certain traffic to a particular host (in this case the machine running VyperVPN) is relatively straight-forward. On the Cisco router you would run a command of the form in config mode : 'ip route dst-ip dst-mask ip-of-VyperVPN-host'.

Getting the machine running VyperVPN to accept this traffic and route it through the tunnel varies depending on your OS. For example on a linux system you need to enable ip forwarding using the sysctl command as root : 'sysctl -w net.ipv4.ip_forward=1'.

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