On Wed, 19 Apr 2006 12:34:01 +0400, Jon Bendtsen <jon.bendtsen@xxxxxxxxxx>
...your firewall can do that, or you can use netcat. You can also just run 2 openvpn daemons.I use the similar layout.
Actually I have three daemons:
- one on 1194/udp (for normal connections from ISPs that do not care where I go);
- one on 443/tcp (for penetrating outbound restrictions when the client is roaming in the alien network);
- one on 11194/udp (for in-house [i.e. local or WiFi] use, this one allocates the different IP-range to not overlap with LAN's one);
My perimeter box NATs 443/tcp and 1194/udp to the same IP on my LAN.
On the client I have one single config file where the "remote"s are listed in the priority order.