DNS Server Settings and DNS Suffix with L2TP / Ipsec VPN

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DNS Server Settings and DNS Suffix with L2TP / Ipsec VPN
DNS Server Settings and DNS Suffix with L2TP / Ipsec VPN
2022-01-13 14:18:17
Model: ER605 (TL-R605)  
Hardware Version: V1
Firmware Version: 1.1.1

Hello@all,

 

i have her a Router TL-R605 V1 with the newest firmware.

The router is managed by the Omada Controller 5.0.29, running on a windows server.

 

A VPN Server with this settings is configured:

client to side

L2TP (Server)

IPsec Encyrption: Encrypted

Local Networks: All

PreSharedKey : XY

WAN: WAN

IP Pool: 10.10.10.1/24 (not used in any other config)

 

An user is also created.

The connection form a windows vpn client works fine with the onboard windows vpn client.

 

But now, i want to tell the vpn-client to use the local dns server (DC) - where i can set this in the omada controller?

At the moment, the VPN Server send the google DNS server to client.

And where i can set a dns-suffix for VPN in the controller?

 

I think, in standalone mode it is possible, but i can't use standalone, because i need to set the source ip for portforwarding rules - an that's not possible in standalone mode.

 

And is there any possibliy to use ldap for the vpn users?

 

Thans for your help!

 

Karl

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Re:DNS Server Settings and DNS Suffix with L2TP / Ipsec VPN
2022-01-14 09:22:55

@Karl76 

 

Uhm....actually you can set port forwarding in standalone mode, just a different name is virtual servers.

 

 

As for ldap for VPN users, as I know it seems like doesn't support.

Just striving to develop myself while helping others.
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