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You have to add static routes for the hosts or networks that will be forwarded via the vpn tunnel instead of the default gateway.
You can add it on Network->Router->Static Routes.
Otherwise if you want to forward traffic depending on policy, you will have to do it on Network->NetBalancer->Balancing Rules.
PS: Yes your assumption is correct. All routing is done on ZS.
THX finally a hint, im trying to get this working since a week…
Its kinda frustrating since i already noticed im 95% there, but cant figure out the last step since im not a network pro.
I will try your settings, btw do i need to bridge some of the interfaces and ima lso unsure how the VPN99 interface relates to the TUN0 i get if i start openVPN?
Im also unsure what firewall entries i need to add and what this “Forward” thinggy is i can add, also which interfaces do i have to add to the NAT?
Can u maybe also give me an example of a static route assuming my LAN is incoming from ETH00 via 192.168.0.100?
PS: A friend of mine also just noticed that my default gateway is still on PPPoE so he told me i need to delete this route and create a new to the TUN0 interface, is there a way to do this automatically via openvpn config? Since after i stop openvpn i want my old gateway back?