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    Default OpenVPN Address space

    I currently have OpenVPN in NGFW handing out address space assignments in the 192.168.99.0/24 range. Some apps I use though check to make sure the device using OpenVPN is in the same lan IP space as the rest of the lan. In this instance, the Internal port has the address of 10.0.0.1/21 and has DHCP enabled with 10.0.7.1-10.0.7.255.

    Would it be possible for me to change OpenVPN's address range to 10.0.6.1/24 or would that cause heartburn?

    Thanks!

    --Ben

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    OpenVPN requires a separate IP range.
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    Untangle Ninja sky-knight's Avatar
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    Yeah, all VPNs on Untangle are routed, never bridged. If you need bridged access you're going to need to look elsewhere for your VPN terminator.

    Or get really creative with NAT policy and hope it works... but that's a seriously long shot.
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    Shoot. Is that the same across all the VPNs UT supports?

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    Untangle Ninja sky-knight's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bconner View Post
    Shoot. Is that the same across all the VPNs UT supports?
    Yes, as it is with most VPNs that work sanely to be honest. Bridge based VPNs have so many issues attached to them, I know I won't support them.
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    Wow. First few years I used UT, I had it in bridge mode behind a perimeter router/firewall. I don't recall if I ever used the VPN then or not.

    Thanks!

    --Ben

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    Untangle Ninja sky-knight's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bconner View Post
    Wow. First few years I used UT, I had it in bridge mode behind a perimeter router/firewall. I don't recall if I ever used the VPN then or not.

    Thanks!

    --Ben
    That's always a fun time on the forums... Because even bridging Untangles have ROUTED VPNs! Which can get mighty entertaining when the border gateway is so crap you can't get routes into it.
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