Wireless Masochism

Hans Fugal hans at fugal.net
Tue Jul 5 13:27:02 MDT 2005

You seek the route-gatway option.

If you did it manually, you'd probably not have to do anything - if your
wlan is one subnet and your vpn is another subnet, your WAP will be the
route for the wlan subnet, and it won't matter what your default route

On Tue,  5 Jul 2005 at 12:09 -0600, Von Fugal wrote:
> * Hans Fugal [Tue,  5 Jul 2005 at 12:01 -0600]
> > Routing is only as complicated as you make it. What you really want is
> > for the vpn peer to be your default route.  You can either have the
> > server push the default route option, or configure the client to set the
> > default route.
> Yes, it's a simple route, just default through the peer, the tricky part
> is keeping the route you need _to_ the peer to avoid the tunnel through
> the tunnel to make the tunnel collapse effect. You could write a script
> for the clients to run which adds a specific route through the router to
> the server then changes the default route (don't change the router
> address!) or I don't know how you'd do it the push way, which is what I
> would prefer.
> Von Fugal

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