Surf outside Internet through VPN
thompsa at FreeBSD.org
Fri Dec 19 12:01:03 PST 2008
On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 03:23:57AM -0800, Noah Silverman wrote:
> I want to find a way to pass ALL traffic from my laptop THROUGH my office
> VPN and then out to the Internet. This is a "road warrior" setup. This
> gives me a few benefits: 1) I can check my email securely through VPN. 2)
> No matter where I am, I will always have the external IP of my VPN server
> when accessing the web.
> I have setup a VPN. Was able to get it working with either tun or tap
> interfaces. That part seems OK.
> Now what?? (I can see and connect to the VPN server with '10.0.8.1'
> easily. I can't see or connect to the outside world.) Do I need to add
> some kind of special route in the routing table?
> Would this be better as a tun or using a bridge through tap?
Have you considered just using a http/socks proxy?, it would do away with
all the routing magic.
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