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I have not managed to complete the solution with Ryder's answer. My current understand is that you can only reach the target by using Virtual Machine as described here about How to Mimic Location of Slave VPN for Primary VPN? by klanomath Create a new VM hull and attach it to this NAT network. Install a familiar OS (e.g OS X 10.9-10.11) in this VM Set up ...


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I had the same problem with both Linux OS (server and client), and I solved itm installing dnsmasq on server that was missing so my steps: apt-get install dnsmasq in server.conf push "redirect-gateway def1" push "dhcp-option DNS 8.8.8.8" push "dhcp-option DNS 8.8.4.4" And I could connect and browse domains through the server IP , connecting with ...


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There's nothing particularly wrong with that setup. You'll use a PPTP client to connect to the VPN provider in Sweden, first. Then route all traffic across that connection. When it's working, launch the second VPN client —I believe you said it was OpenVPN? This will be easier to keep track of if you're using different VPN protocols, but not fundamentally ...


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Using multiple IP ranges or excluding certain IPs is not directly possible with OpenVPN's built-in DHCP server using a single configuration file. I propose 3 possible solutions: Workaround, but not guaranteed to work DHCP-proxy mode, simple, clean and lots of other options Multiple instances, more complex, could have performance benefits However, I ...


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You will need both sets of rules within iptables. The two rulesets ensure that traffic leaving by the specified interfaces is appropriately masqueraded. Here is my suggestion, which is a little simpler than yours: # Masquerade outgoing traffic iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o eth0 -j MASQUERADE iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o tun0 -j MASQUERADE # Allow ...


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The handy tool is to list existing rules with line-numbers: iptables --line-numbers -t filter -L FORWARD You could delete the rules with -D option: iptables -t filter -D FORWARD 1 You could insert a new rule at specified location with -I option: iptables -t filter -I FORWARD 0 blah-blah-blah this would insert a new rule at the very beginning of a ...


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Route the internals to an external through the respective NAT



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