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[Xen-users] masquarading traffic from domU

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  • From: "Christian Hobelsberger" <hobi1972@xxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 7 Mar 2006 10:27:25 +0100
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i'm trying to connect a domU to a VPN-Network, but i have problems ... may be someone can give me a hint:

My Dom0 is connected to a VPN using openvpn ... domU should be able to access the VPN. Therefore i have created a route in domU to send all traffic to dom0. dom0 is configured to forward the traffic.
Basically this works all well - but my problem is, that all machines in the VPN see traffic originating from the domU with the IP of domU - therefore they can't send any answer back, as there is no route available (i could setup a route, but i'd prefer to have it working without doing it).

What have i to do, to get the traffic from the domU to the VPN masquaraded by the dom0 with the IP which openvpn assigned to the dom0 ?

Any help welcome!

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