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TAP without bridging (assume you have access right to add route at your
gateway). Check out the mini-howto below.
Marcus Human wrote:
| I tried almost everything and are very confused on the setup of OpenVPN.
| I try to connect a XP machine to a Linux machine running OpenVPN. The
| machine is the server and has two NIC's eth0 on internet side and eth1 on
| private LAN side. The Internet address is 196.xx.xx.xxx and the private
| address is 192.168.x.x. The remote client an XP machine needs to
| the private LAN via the VPN. It has a static IP of 192.168.x.x when it
| the office but remotely it will get assigned a dynamic IP by the ISP via
| dialup. My aim is to connect the remote XP laptop via the internet to the
| office private LAN via the VPN. Can anyone please give me a short
| what I need to do to establish this connection.
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