• Hello guys,
    Where I work all my network was already closed VPN with Mikrotik and this week I installed Pfsense as Firewall.
    I made Pfsense routing with the Mikrotiks from the company branches without problem on the lan network.
    I would like to know how I could add put the routing below into the Mikrotik open vpn client.
    Route add MASK -p

  • LAYER 8 Netgate

    Not even close to enough information?

    What is the OpenVPN Server?

    What kind of server is it? SSL/TLS or Shared Key?

    What is

  • Hello, Derelict
    I will detail my scenario better, today in my environment all companies are interconnected by VPN through Mikrotik.
    The previous IT person configured as follows:
    Branch 1
    Branch 2
    All the servers are in the head office that has the band
    For instance, for branch 2 to be able to access the head office servers on each server, the route "Route add MASK -p"
    This IP is the IP of Mikrotik.
    So during that week I installed Pfsense in the company and did the routing and in the LAN I am able to see all the networks.
    We have some vendors who need to access our server, so I configured PFsense as an OpenVPN server.
    I configured it as Remote Access (SSL / TLS + User + Auth)
    IPV4 Tunnel
    IPV4 local network

    When I install the OPENVPN application on the client it connects to the server normally on the network, but in the openvpn client I can not reach the or networks.
    In OPENVPN in "Custom Options" I added the push "route" and I can not access that network.

    Do you have any tips to solve this problem?

  • LAYER 8 Netgate

    If you are not using redirect gateway on the remote access server you need to add the and networks to the Local Networks on the Remote Access OpenVPN server.

    You also need to make sure those branches know how to route back to

    You need to make sure all firewall rules pass the necessary traffic.