Policy based routing ddwrt
Policy based routing cisco part 1
Hello, Strangri. I’m having a new (small) problem, and I’m not sure if it’s related to OPR or not (though OPR seems to be working fine in the latest versions!). Thank you!); I’m not sure if it’s been discussed before, because this thread is getting too long to read through!
If I lose wan connectivity for some reason (ISP drop, unplugging the phone cable [adsl] for testing, etc. ), openvpn is unable to reconnect. Two errors appear: “TLS Error: TLS key negotiation failed to occur within 60 seconds” and “cannot resolve vpn.server.domain.name.com.” Both of these errors, I assume, clearly mean that openvpn is unable to communicate with the server. (Note that if the disconnect occurs within a certain time span, it does not use the domain name and instead uses the stored IP address, indicating that it is not a DNS problem since it is attempting to use an IP address.)
I’m attempting to link to a variety of tunnels and use OPR to route LAN devices through various tunnels. Pulling routes isn’t a good idea because the router would go through the last tunnel linked.
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PureVPN’s TLS certificate has been updated, forcing me to change the server I normally connect to. Some of the servers work as intended, while others simply establish a link – but the clients connected to the VPN tunnel are unable to access the internet.
In both cases, the config is EXACTLY the same [aside from the name of the openvpn server], and after finding a server that doesn’t function, I can switch back to the one that does, and traffic flows as anticipated.
I’d like to find out why it’s not working on those servers, because the only “working” server with an updated TLS cert is in the United States, which is a long way from where I am now, and I’d prefer to use servers that are physically closer to me.
There is nothing in the routing tables that indicates a problem. What I can say is that the alternative routing table (200) is set up to route traffic through the VPN, while the main/default routing table is still associated with the WAN/ISP. To prevent OpenVPN from changing the default gateway from the WAN/ISP to the VPN, I think you used either route-nopull or route-noexec.
Dd-wrt: setup di base, routing e vlans [1-3]
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Policy based routing cisco part 2
This is a departure from my regular posts on software programming. I don’t normally talk about networking problems, but I’ve been struggling with this one lately and figured I’d write about it.
When I say policy based routing, I mean setting up policy based routing on your router to accomplish the following: if you want a computer or device on your home or work network to use a VPN connection but not the rest of the computers or devices on your home or work network, you can do so by setting up policy based routing on your router. This is also known as “source dependent routing” or “split tunneling,” according to some sources.
This article focuses on split tunneling on a DD-WRT router (a fantastic Linux-based router) with a PPTP VPN client link set up. I’d like all traffic on certain machines on my network to be routed via a VPN link, but not the rest of the network.
After that, you’ll want to set up some rules for your router, assuming your PPTP VPN client link is configured and working properly. (BTW, determining whether the PPTP VPN client connection worked wasn’t easy or obvious–I had to ssh into the router and run “ps w” to ensure pptp and pppd were running, as well as “ifconfig” to ensure the “ppp0” interface was set up, which indicated a successful PPTP connection.) If your home or work network address is 192.168.0.0/255.255.255.0, and you have two computers 192.168.0.105 and 192.168.0.106 that you want traffic routed through the VPN for, you’ll need to run the following commands: