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linux routing issue

I have 2 linksys routers which has linux running on it and using tomato firmware.. both has internet lines plugged on but only 1 acts as DHCP server (router 1) What I am having to achieve is that all ...
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OpenVPN and TomatoVPN

Wondering if someone can help me with the following. I have updated my Linksys router with TomatoVPN and used the following config: Interface Type:TAP Protocol:UDP Port:1195 Firewall Custom ...
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Iptables port forwarding for specific host dd-wrt/tomato

i m trying to open ports 5060 and 5004 (udp & tcp) for a specific internal ip (192.168.1.5) but i only want communication over these ports to be between specific external host(s) and deny ...
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LAN to PPTP VPN bridge

I am pretty new to VPN and networking stuff so please bear with me if this seems a noob question. I have a cisco linksys e2500 router running on Tomato firmware. My situation is, I have set up a PPTP ...
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Using TomatoUSB and OpenVPN to tunnel IPv6 traffic

Assume the following scenario regarding the current IPv4/OpenVPN setup: Central Site with a /64 IPv6 (10.0.0.1) | | OpenVPN Server A OpenVPN Server B ...
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Tomato RT-N16 - How to Prevent Multicast Packets from Reaching OpenVPN clients (TAP)

We have a remote (like in the woods) client using a VPN connection to connect to our office, using this link we can monitor and operate the remote client without a few hours drive in the wild. This ...
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How can I route traffic through local server with VPN connection to remote network

I have a Sonicwall NSA 220 on my work network (10.0.2.x). I have a tomato 1.28 router (192.168.1.x) on my local home network. Behind that router I have a windows 2003 server (VPN: 10.0.2.195, LAN: ...
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Switching from BT Router to Tomato - How to route an external IP block without using 1:1 NAT?

I've been struggling with an issue here at my office for at least a couple of days, and I've tried googling to no avail. I'm admittedly more of a coder than a network guy, so please bear with me! ...