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comment creating proper vpn tunnel, when both LANs have the same addressing
Ok, I believe you then :) Thanks for the link, the article is great.
Oct
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comment creating proper vpn tunnel, when both LANs have the same addressing
Oh, come on. You don't need to be overprotective. Let's say I can not re-number any of those networks. Just give me a hint what to look for and I will bang my head through this wall. I promise I will not hurt myself in case of failing ;)
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comment creating proper vpn tunnel, when both LANs have the same addressing
ps. I just got the idea. My local network is somehow defined by router I'm "behind" - I would not always have power to re number it. Is there a way to hide myself behind some kind of "virtual router" so I'm in the "local-local" network I can control? I work on ubuntu linux so I guess this should be possible but what should I google?
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comment creating proper vpn tunnel, when both LANs have the same addressing
Thank You Eric for confirming my guess. And yes, your guess is correct as well, I have some stuff to get my head around regarding networking. I will definitely read what you suggest.
Oct
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comment creating proper vpn tunnel, when both LANs have the same addressing
I should maybe mention that openvpn server is behind publicly available router, which has forwarded port 22 to local 192.168.1.3:22 and the same way 1194 port for openvpn
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