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VPN Server Mac OS X 10.6

Posted on 2012-03-20
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Hello,

I have one mac os x server 10.6 running a VPN with two ethernet cards; one private and one public, being this one as default gateway on netstat. When I connect trough the vpn not using "Send all traffic over VPN connection" i can access my lag (on the office with has vpn) and reach the internet (over my home's iso connection). But I need to access some services that are only reachable on the office, so i need to tick "Send all traffic over VPN connection". At this way i cannot reach neither lag on office neither web. Cannot ping none address etc... Can you help me out please?
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I opted to install a local proxy server.
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Well, I want to this work without proxy. I have to create a rule in route to go to gateway. Like:

route change lan.gateway interface pop what is the syntax?

TY
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