I have a test config just about working with current Softether on CentOS 6.3.
1. I have a subnet of vpnpool users assigned to 18.104.22.168/24 from the local bridge to the OS's tap adapter. the OS's dhcp is successfully providing ip addresses to vpn users when connected. I can ping the ip address of the tap_vpn from vpn connected users and ping back the user's pool address from the vpnserver shell.
2. I have eth0 and 1 available in the LAN's subnet and can ping anywhere on the lan from the OS shell running the softether.
What I cannot figure out the best way to do is to bridge/route traffic between the tap_vpn and eth0/1. I am not sure if I can do this from the softether management gui or if I need to do this in the linux host OS. I would like to be able to filter traffic once the bridging is done.
Help with this probably basic step would be appreciated.
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