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Old 02-24-2009, 10:40 AM   #1
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openvpn bridge client-to-client and iptables


I have installed openvpn in bridge mode with the option client-to-client enabled.

The bridge is between tap0 and eth0.

with iptables i can control the traffic bettwenn tap0 and eth0 with the option -physdev.

But i can not manage to control the traffic between two client of the VPN. The clients are simply fully seeing each others.

Is it possible to control the traffic between two vpn client in this configuration.

If i launch wireshark on tap0 i can not see any packets from one client to another.



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