OpenVPN 2 Clients in different countries and Netflix on the WAN
I have installed and setup OpenVPN to connect through Private Internet Access in two countries (FR / US). One gateway is used by a computer (10.72.1.108 IPv4, protocol any, source 10.72.1.108, dest !local_subnets, gateway VPN_US ), the other one by a second computer (10.72.1.133, two rules ipv4 - protocol tcp/udp - source 10.72.1.133 - dest replayfr - gateway VPN_FR, and ipv4 - protocol any - dest netflix.com - gateway WAN). Both replay services works. But strange things happen:
- If I look at the States screen, I can see states on VPN_US with the IP 10.72.10.133 when it is not supposed to go on this interface (on the outbound NAT the VPN_US and VPN_FR include full 10.72.10/24 range)
- If I go to the firewall screen and check the 10.72.1.108 rule (unique rule going through VPN_US) I only get lines including 10.72.1.108 IP address. As they don't come from this rule how can I get those VPN_US lines including 10.72.1.133 Is there a way to analyse this?
- If I have the VPN_FR up Netflix doesn't seems to detect I have a proxy running on the computer for rest of the traffic. It works but that's not the Netflix from my country as I can't find the series I'm looking in Mexico.
- If I disconnect VPN_FR, Nextflix detects a Proxy and refuses to play my series. If I look at my geolocation, I get Atlanta in US so some traffic is going through VPN_US when it is not supposed to be.
Is it possible to do what I am trying to achieve?