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  • pfSense OpenVPN Client:

    10.0.8.0/24
    10.130.230.0/24

    OpenVPN software-server

    10.0.8.0/24
    10.130.230.0/24

    Windows-Server
    88.XX.XX.XX (public static IP)
    GW: 88.XX.XX.XX (ISP gw)

    On the Windows-Servers network adapter, I have 10.130.230.192 as an "additional"/second IP in Windows (only one gw on each adapter).

    I can ping 10.0.8.1 and 10.0.8.2 in both directions and I see that the tunnel is up.

    I can ping between 10.130.230.192 and 10.130.230.192 on the remote network (again, no gw defined).

    I have NOT set any gateway on the 10.130.X anywhere and I'm confused how to proceed. From my limited experience, I need to put a gw on the tunnel (so the signal finds the way back). I tried to put push "" command on both server/client to be 10.0.8.2 and 10.0.8.1. This way, the signal should be able to respond back. Is this correct?

    My goal is to ping the two remote computers 10.130.230.192/10.130.230.194.


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