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Openvpn ios connect only when not on my lan

Posted on 2013-12-28
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Hi,

I have openvpn client on my iphone to connect to my home network.
It is great since it reconnects whenever I have an Internet connection, BUT ....
On my home network it should not use openvpn/vpn at all.
How can I make this happen?

J.
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by:John Hurst
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It is not likely to work on your own LAN because it is trying to connect to the same IP and same subnet. It thinks it is remote and is not. VPN does not connect on the home LAN; it needs to be remote.   So what you see is normal.


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by:janhoedt
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That s not my question. My question os how to make it work. I do can connect when using local ip.
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Found a solution myself: dns entry which points openvpn dns to local openvpn ip.
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Works as it should.
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