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Dec 29, 2013 GAA Techblog - OpenVPN in pfSense 2.1 In pfSense 2.1 go to VPN > OpenVPN. Click on the Wizards tab to set up a new OpenVPN server. To give VPN clients access to the local network, you need to push a route to the clients. The syntax is: push "route [your local network in CIDR] [tunnel gateway]". For example, vpn - Route all traffic through OpenVPN - Ask Ubuntu I have tested this using a OpenVPN server and setting up the redirect-gateway def1 option in the client and server config works fine.. When I access whatismyip.org, I see my OpenVPN server's IP.. Below is the client config I use: client dev tun proto udp # THE IP OF THE REMOTE OPENVPN SERVER: remote ip_address port resolv-retry infinite nobind persist-key persist-tun # THE CSR FILE: pkcs12 [SOLVED] PFSense OPEN VPN Site to site - Spiceworks Sep 22, 2014

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My OpenVPN server has a local IP address 10.21.1.4 (it's on the 10.21.1.0/24 subnet), and uses the 10.21.4.0/24 subnet for the tunnel. What route should I push to … DD-WRT Forum :: View topic - OpenVpn pfsense - ddwrt Jan 06, 2016

Dec 29, 2013

So it is definitely adding the route on the client side. As before, I can access the pfSense admin login at https://10.0.0.1, but not the DNS server at 10.0.1.2. I have an Allow IPv4+6 from * to * on * rule for the OpenVPN firewall, and don't see any log messages about it. PFSense - Setting Up OpenVPN on PFSense 2.4. - Chris Lazari Jun 26, 2018 OPENVPN SERVER - HOW TO PUSH ROUTE TO CLIENTS - MikroTik May 27, 2020