VPN routes pushed to OpenVPN clients?

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    I know with straight OpenVPN you can create a server config file to push some settings down to the clients. I was wondering if it is possible to do something similar with ZeroShell?

    Specifically, I have a situation where I’ll need to add a bunch of single IP routes to go through the VPN to OpenVPN clients, but I don’t want all traffic going over the VPN if I can help it.



    If you use the lastest release of Zeroshell (1.0.beta10), you have to click the button [Net] in the [VPN][Host-to-LAN (OpenVPN)] section of the web interface. You can add either single destination IP addresses or entire subnets to tunnel through the OpenVPN.
    The routes that you add will be pushed to the OpenVPN clients. I have tried it with Windows, Mac OS X and Linux client and it works fine.


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