Can you access the server when you do:
I think the issue is that your machine caches or knows the IP of the server with its local IP address (i.e. 192.168.x.x.) and can't find it when trying remotely with the
You can also try adding a route to your laptop to forward packets to your LAN over openvpn, but this shall be done in the openvpn configurations in order not to effect operation when wired to the LAN. You may need to "enable" routing in your Windows PC (i don't remember how to do it, in order to let it forward packets coming from
interface to the lan interface.)
WRT54G can be setup with openwrt. Then you can setup openvpn on top, use bridging to get a local LAN IP to your remote laptop. This is much easier if being able to access other computers on the LAN is not a security concern.
On 8/28/07, Rich Elliott <richelliott@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Sorry I forgot the subject in the last post!
I have a simple question, I think.
I have a very small network at the office. Cable internet -to- a WRT54G router -to- 5 computers... All computers WinXP Pro, only one computer (it is running OpenVPN) needs to be accessed from one remote location. I have tested with this minimum configuration:
ifconfig 10.8.0.1 10.8.0.2
ifconfig 10.8.0.2 10.8.0.1
I can ping from either end with no problems. But I can not see any of the files on the server. Is there anything I need to do to be able to access files from the remote location? The remote location laptop can see and access the files when in the office and hooked to the office network.
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