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    VPN on the LAN

    necessary that all traffic that goes to the range, is directed to the IP

    I have a network in headquarter and branch in

    I Portforward the gateway (router) in the headquarter and branches, redirecting port 1194 to the VPN servers.

    The server IP is and

    both are connected, I can ping any machine to the branch, but I have to manually configure the gateway to the VPN server.

    otherwise, none of the machines they see the VPN.

    I need everything that is sent to the headquarter in the range, go to the VPN server, in the same branch.

    have to configure the router? I have to do some configuration on the VPN server for them to see a different range on the network?

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    have any alternative without removing the router? currently is a sonicwall, I have future plans to replace it, but only in 2014.

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