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Old 01-08-2009, 05:43 AM   #1
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ip mapping in openvpn network

Hello all,

I have connected two office through openvpn using openwrt. Is it possible to map Office B LAN ip to Office private A LAN IP? My network scenario is:

Office A
Public IP: 202.XX.XXX.10
Lan IP:

Office B
Public IP: 202.XX.XXX.11
Desktop PC:

Now I have job to map Office B desktop PC ip to so that when I want to access computer I can telnet ip instead of Is is possible with with iptables rules?


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