Client using own WAN => LAN. Split tunnelling ?

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mike86
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Client using own WAN => LAN. Split tunnelling ?

Post by mike86 » Fri May 25, 2018 5:10 am

Is it possible ???

How can I connect client only to a LAN network ? I have number of servers that using 1Gbps networks with a public servers, so no way in hell I would want to create VPN and then put all their traffic through my local network (150Mbps vs 4x 1Gbps is a big difference especially in 4Gbps UPLOAD vs 30Mbps upload).

Trying to find somehow a way to setup LAN to LAN, but it looks like it only setup full VPN without splitting WAN / LAN traffic.

thisjun
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Re: Client using own WAN => LAN. Split tunnelling ?

Post by thisjun » Tue Jun 12, 2018 7:45 am

Could you show network map?

sigmasigma
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Re: Client using own WAN => LAN. Split tunnelling ?

Post by sigmasigma » Tue Jun 12, 2018 8:57 am

On the client side force a high metric to the adapter in order to connect to split tunneling mode.
Other think you can do, on the server side just don't use gateway and push the routes to the client (real subnet LAN). It is very easy doing this from GUI (SecureNAT) but I recommend to to this little trick using Local Bridge and the config direct from linux DHCP config file.

cedar
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Re: Client using own WAN => LAN. Split tunnelling ?

Post by cedar » Tue Jun 12, 2018 9:56 am

LAN to LAN setup has 2 modes, L2 and L3.
Which setup do you use?

Both setups don't use SecureNAT.
Why do you use SecureNAT?

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