Changing VPN push ip
Does anyone know how I can manually change the VPN's server config? I have a problem that's driving the whole company nuts. I had configured our network's to use 192.168.0.1 subnet so that it doesn't conflict with default 192.168.1 but it looks like the stupid VPN server is manually set to assign IP: 192.168.1.2 /sbin/ifconfig utun10 192.168.1.2 192.168.1.2 netmask 255.255.255.0 mtu 1500 up - When our employees are at their home or at coffee shops that uses 192.168.1 subnet - it conflicts with their network so they can't find remote resources. Is there anyway to change the tunnel ip?
Re: Changing VPN push ip
Its not manually assigning that subnet. It adds 1 to the subnet and routes traffic to your LAN subnet. E.g. LAN (x.x.10.x) -> (VPN (x.x.11.x)
If you do not require access to your internal network i.e. on x.10 then changing your main DHCP to a different subnet e.g. x.155 should solve your issue as all new VPN addresses will be x.156. However if like me you require the vpn address to be in the same subnet then I believe they are looking into it.
Hope this helps.
TIP: One should never use the default addresses in routers. Always change to something random or less commonly used.