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  • in reply to: How to create a basic LAN to LAN VPN with Zeroshell? #54651
    DrDave
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    The main goal:

    It’s actually just a temp setup… They are moving offices but the servers will be left till the last minute at the old location.

    I would like them to be able to take their computers to the new office, plug it in, and it wouldn’t really know the difference… They will be taking a month or two to move everything.

    Thanks again!! Will be sending more donations for more activation keys!!

    Dave M

    in reply to: How to create a basic LAN to LAN VPN with Zeroshell? #54650
    DrDave
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    Ok, so I should setup DHCP on both sides then right?
    Do I not need to bridge the lan and vpn? or only on one side? or?
    What is a VLAN? do I need that?

    The main office runs on 192.168.0.1(router)
    I changed the subnet today from 255.255.255.0 to 255.255.254.0
    My guess would be to have the main network on 192.168.0.X and the second network for 192.168.1.X? Setup DHCP on both, one for the 0.x range and one for the 1.x range? Would that “just work” without the bridge? or?

    Sorry to sound like such a noob… I’m not that stupid, just want to make sure I do it right… lol.

    Thanks in advance for your help. Again it’s a very simple setup, no load balancing or anything (yet) just need the two locations to be able to access the servers…

    Dave M

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