Route ALL traffic through OpenVPN

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Route ALL traffic through OpenVPN
Route ALL traffic through OpenVPN
2022-03-30 09:53:40
Model: ER605 (TL-R605)  
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I've seen several threads on this but I'm really hoping for an answer. I have OpenVPN configured with Omada. I can connect fine and access my LAN but my internet traffic is not routing through my home router. I'd like ALL traffic to be routed through my home router. This is useful when I'm on public/dirty wifi. Is there a solution to this coming soon? 

 

Thanks. 

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Re:Route ALL traffic through OpenVPN
2022-03-30 11:50:26

  @tuckerm 

 

This is called "full tunnel" or proxy mode, which is currently not supported... Hope TPLink will offer this mode soon.

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Re:Route ALL traffic through OpenVPN
2022-03-30 16:47:06

  @Tha_host Why wouldn't this be supported out of the box? Any ideas when TP Link will support such a basic feature?

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Re:Route ALL traffic through OpenVPN
2022-05-14 05:11:55 - last edited 2022-05-14 05:12:21

  @tuckerm 

5.3.1 released recently no "full Tunneling" option for VPN,   makes me very sad!

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Re:Route ALL traffic through OpenVPN
2022-05-14 13:28:13

  @RudyRoo Very frustrating!

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Re:Route ALL traffic through OpenVPN
2022-05-15 14:24:24

  @tuckerm

 

We'll get there...why not use L2TP/IPsec for now?  That works just fine for multiple subnets on either end for me. 

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