[CentOS] VPN

Sat Apr 10 12:07:46 UTC 2010
cahit Eyigünlü <cahit.eyigunlu at gmail.com>

i mis understood sorry A B and C are companies not alone computers and they
have client computers

2010/4/10 Ian Murray <murrayie at yahoo.co.uk>

> >yes exactly that is what i need to do murrayei
> >could you describe a little more
> If 'B' in my previous description is a single machine, need not route and
> the A to C issue goes away.
> My OpenVPN/Iptables skills are not strong enough to describe it in general
> terms and has been previously stated, you are better off going through the
> support channels of OpenVPN, rather than CentOS. If simple firewalling using
> Iptables is a new or a difficult concept, then you might want to get some
> hands-on help, as was also suggested.
> To answer your original question, though, I wouldn't know where to start to
> solve restriction of "A to C" using Windows, whereas I am pretty sure you
> will have all the tools you need under CentOS/OpenVPN... for free.
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