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I have an openVPN server, where multiple clients are connected.

These clients are usually routers, so they have a subnet behind these routers.

I want to access all clients on these subnets if I connect to the VPN.

One solution can be to use non-overlapping subnets on these routers. But what if these routers have the same subnet (eg.: 192.168.1.0/24), can I somehow make it accessible through VPN?

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No. They need to be unique subnets.

Consider sending a packet to 192.168.1.1. Which VPN client should get it?

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  • Thanks! Yes I know this, I just asked, maybe there is a workaround for this. Mar 1 at 12:48
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