What's a configuration that allows remote workstations to see each other but still use physical networks for internet.

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JXI
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What's a configuration that allows remote workstations to see each other but still use physical networks for internet.

Post by JXI » Wed Nov 29, 2017 4:50 am

Hi. What's a set up that would allow remote workstations to see/access each other and servers, while still using their physical networks for internet. I have a server running Softether in the cloud and everything is working fine. The issue is that when I activate the VPN client it takes over the entire computer connection routing all traffic through the cloud, which is what I don't want. If there is a configuration tutorial already on the site or one on the internet, please point me to it. My general problem is I'm not certain what terminology I need to be looking for. Thanks in advance.

colapig
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Re: What's a configuration that allows remote workstations to see each other but still use physical networks for interne

Post by colapig » Thu Nov 30, 2017 3:43 am

I have the question too.
Now I have to increase the metric number in the TCP/IP setting of the vpn virtual interface to let the internet traffic go through the physical network card first. But I don't think this is a good solution to soft this problem.

thisjun
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Re: What's a configuration that allows remote workstations to see each other but still use physical networks for interne

Post by thisjun » Mon Dec 11, 2017 7:46 am

There is a way that not distributing a default gateway on DHCP.

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