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I guess you are referring to this shopify DNS setup. Point the A record to the Shopify IP address 23.227.38.65. Point the CNAME record with the name www to shops.myshopify.com root domain (@) Well as you are aware, you cannot have a CNAME on the root (@) domain, so root domain needs to be handled with a A and AAAA records pointing at fixed IP addresses. ...


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I am one of the core developers of OpenConnect and maintainers of the vpnc-script — which is used by both vpnc and OpenConnect for routing and DNS configuration. This error message actually comes from the vpnc-script, not from vpnc itself, and… This error doesn't matter at all. It come from the command ip -4 route flush cache, which triggers IPv4 route ...


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It still needs a route on the VPN interface so that any outgoing traffic has a destination, but with a high metric it should not be used by anything by default. Since it is link on 172.16.3.33 it knows how to reach that and the peer, but nothing else, so it will be unreachable. Now adding that route allows it to know where to go for any other traffic. There ...


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The solution is actually a bit more straitforward. Ignore the iptables commands on machine A for now as that is about hiding your subnet 192.168.2.0/24 behind a NAT. Instead focus on what is actually going on when you do a ping command. When you send a ping to a remote ip you actually need to inform both machine A and machine B how to get the respective ...


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The answer that @mattpr gave is really detailed, and very thoughtful. It has a lot of useful information that is very accurate. I don't want to take away from that answer, and how amazing it is. My approach would be much more simplistic. I would setup a proxy host in [insert cloud vendor of choice], and use something like nginx proxy manager (https://...


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