|Weblog:||PPTP VPNs in Jaguar|
|Subject:||If only i could choose default routes|
Response to: If only i could choose default routes
After setting up the VPN connection, try running the following script. You will of course need to change the IP addresses to fit your needs. In the example below, 192.168.100.0/24 is the local network, and 192.168.1.0/24 is the remote network we are vpn'd to. This is self-healing; when the vpn is disconnected the routes will fix themselves.
If only i could choose default routes
2004-11-18 23:36:56 avidan [View]