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Old 02-14-2010, 05:07 AM   #16
Dando Real
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I am routing.
As I said, I did extactly the same things since a fresh install of both ubuntu and debian, and routing the traffic through the vpn worked only in the second. It was impossible even to ping through the vpn with ubuntu.

I tried this on two completely different servers, and the result was the same... Would you mind to test it too?

I forgot to say that debian and ubuntu openvpn's version I get with "apt-get install" is different: ubuntu as a newer one (maybe the last, I don't remember) while Debian has 2.1_rc11 (I noticed it when an option was missing). So, it can also be a bug of the version which is installed in Ubuntu... Maybe I'll give it a try

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Old 10-20-2014, 11:41 AM   #17
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I have the same problem and found the answer at
the first to iptables rules from that link is applied and just gets work



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