routing information

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abdorashid6
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routing information

Post by abdorashid6 » Sun Aug 07, 2022 8:15 pm

Hi,

iam Pass several Office networks using L3 Switch using VPN Server and VPN Bridge. (For instance, 10.10.10.0 for the network of users, 10.10.11.0 for the network of printers, etc.)
In addition, I made it possible for regular clients to "call in" to one of my virtual hubs using Windows client vpn software.
Once it has been completed successfully, the client is able to connect to every device on the same network (10.10.10.0).
I don't have any other default gateways set up for the client. This indicates that from the client device, 0.0.0.0 is routed via the default network card.
How can I set up the routing table of the client to automatically add every other route from the L3 switch?

Much-appreciated assistance
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solo
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Re: routing information

Post by solo » Mon Aug 08, 2022 1:15 am

SecureNAT has an option to push static routes. Otherwise add them in your LAN's DHCP server or use a separate "Open DHCP Server".

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