OpenVPN on the same Subnet (Linux) ? Tags: VPN OpenVPN Subnet LAN Servers Linux Networking Last response: February 19, 2013 10:33 AM in Networking Share jennyforme February 18, 2013 1:50:38 PM Hello. Is it possible to use OpenVPN linux on the same subnet ? I want to use OpenVPN between LAN clients to the LAN server instead of ssh. Client 1 - 10.20.30.40 Server - 10.20.30.5 I cant' find a good guide for this, all others are for Internet access on a different subnet. Thank you. More about : openvpn subnet linux eibgrad a b X LAN February 18, 2013 1:54:28 PM Configure the OpenVPN as "bridged" (tap), not "routed" (tun). http://openvpn.net/index.php/open-source/documentation/... http://www.grc.com/vpn/routing.htm jennyforme February 19, 2013 10:33:47 AM Thank you. I didn't see specific guides available on the openvpn website for a LAN only configuration. Can the same VPN be made accessible from the outside (Internet) and be available to the LAN while configured as bridged ? Best regards. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumTwo NICs on same subnet , one for VPN one for LAN traffic ForumGigabit network for new house ForumWake on lan over the internet ForumCombining two networks on one WAN IP address ForumSite to Site VPn ForumSetting up a network with 2 subnets ForumVPN-network over internet with 4 Win XP-machines ForumCheap low powered Linux Forumprinting from a different subnet question ForumLinux Violates 235 Patents, Says Microsoft ForumComparison on XP, Mac OSX and Linux ? ForumReview: IPCop Linux Firewall Forum**The Ultimate Modem/Router Setup Thread** ForumUsing a multi port ethernet card as a switch? ForumLan setup please help ForumVoIP and Data on same legacy wiring Forum[Solved] Same router but drastically different speed ForumGeneral Home Network Setup/Upgrade with a Linux Server ForumIs cat 5 and cat 6 cable clipping the same? Forum[Solved] Use two mobile Dongles at the same time! More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !