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Openvpn and routing for outside

Everything turned out to be easier. (Who reads the documentation?) You just need to not accept the default gateway from the server: pull-filter ignore "route-gateway"
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Routing fwmark to VPN gateway using nftables mark

Answering my own question in case it could be useful for someone: After finding "[SOLVED] iproute2 ignores connection marks set with nftables" thread I've updated the nft rules set to the ...
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Routing between two network cards

The solution is right there: -P FORWARD DROP In your iptables-legacy ruleset, the default policy for forwarding pakets is set to DROP, and there is no rule in that ruleset which allows forwarding ...
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Windows 10 uses wrong NIC to reach certain IP addresses

I've seen this behaviour too. In my case, if 192.168.2.102 doesn't exist (no arp response), windows should say 'Destination host unreachable' or 'Request timed out' (not sure which is more correct). ...
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No route to host, strange behavior

With basic installation and settings, this can only happen because there is a firewall on the VM. (there could be other causes, but not without customization that would be done by the administrator). ...
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Access to the subnet of the OpenVPN server from the client side

So your OpenVPN clients (10.8.0.0/24) has valid route to 172.26.0.0/20. You can add the route locally on the client, or on the router that acts as default gateway. Note that some routers will send a ...
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