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I have an Asus router with Asuswrt-merlin firmware installed. I have the DHCP server on my router give out addresses in the 192.168.0/24 subnet. My OpenVPN server is configured as seen on this image. The VPN subnet / netmask is 10.8.0.0 / 255.255.255.0. The Push LAN to clients, and both the DNS settings are set as shown in the image. However I cannot connect to my local LAN when connected to the VPN server through TUN. When I switch to TAP I can make it work because then the VPN subnet / netmask is the same a my local LAN and the connected VPN clients get an IP address from the LAN DHCP pool, however I cannot connect my Android phone/iOS device to the VPN server because they don't support TAP, only TUN.

How can I access my local LAN through TUN?

  • are you running 380.65 output of logs in "system log" – Jacob Evans Feb 21 '17 at 3:13
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Try these, with these you'll need a username/password accounts setup additionally.... if that doesn't work you'll need to post more details and your logs.

Whenever you make changes, always export and use the new config.

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Hi all you need add route with metric

route add -p 192.168.0.0/16 (router-local-ip) metric 1

*run cmd as administrator.

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