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Mac OS X is an operating system from Apple Inc. It was the successor to Mac OS 9 and here the 'X' means 10. Mac OS X is based upon the NeXTSTEP and OpenStep OSes developed in the 1980s and 1990s by NeXT Inc., which Apple purchased in 1996.

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Solved using redirect-gateway with the block-local flag, essentially blocking all connections to the local network and routing all traffic through the VPN server to the remote network.
answered Jul 12 by Lenniey
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This can be achieved using iptables mangle. Your routing tables are fine, you just have to add some rules to ex/include the specific traffic. In your case it would be something like this for SSH: i …
answered Jan 9 by Lenniey