I'm running a web server on an IPC and want to get access to the network with VPN, because the customer doesn't want to host his data directly on the internet. This web server runs a webapp, which should be awailable for different (mostly) mobile devices. Therefore I chose OpenVPN for the connection.
Now I'm trying to install and configure the OpenVPN server on my server machine, but don't actually know if I should go for routing or bridging? Is there any difference between Android and iOS devices, that I should consider, if they both use the OpenVPN client?
There will be more than just one device connected to the same network at the same time. Because I won't know how much and which devices there will be, I want to use a preshared key.
There is a portforwarding setup in my router and the router got a static ip adress.
All I want is, that the user will login on his vpn client(with the static ip/port of the router) and open up the browser, type in the ip adress of the webserver and finally the website/webapp should appear. Sould I go for routing or bridging? I don't get it, sry...