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I am trying to install both OpenSwan-L2TP and OpenVPN on a Debian server and bridge between both server, is there a way to do that?

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migrated from Dec 21 '11 at 3:50

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I expect it is possible; you'll probably want to fill out this question with ip addr show and ip route show and how you've tried to bridge the two together, before the good folks at Server Fault can really help much. In the meantime, I suggest skimming the LARTC guide. – sarnold Dec 21 '11 at 2:32
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Ok I am not one hundred percent sure that my answer is the most effective solution but apparently in both L2TP and and OpenVPN are on the same subnet client connected from both sides can communicate.

For example OpenVPN - And L2TP is on -

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