Talk:OpenVPN - Site-to-Site Bridged VPN Between Two Routers

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Same subnets doesn't work

When I connect to a router that has same subnet 192.168.1.x as the router I can connected to locally, I cannot ping any remote machine, or the remote router. If I set the remote router to 192.168.2.x, then everything works fine. (I am talking about connecting from a client machine to a remote router, I haven't tried router to router because I couldn't get it going when I followed this guides steps). - Jeffman 22:49, 9 Jul 2007 (CEST)


We have put in all the information exactly how it shows in the instructions. one router is 192.168.1.X and the other is 192.168.11.X. Still cant ping any hosts on the remote side. Is there a way to check the status? Anything will help. Thanks


The two routers have to be in the same sub-domain for the bridging to work, make both of them in the 11.x subdomain or the 1.x subdomain. Then make sure that the DHCP servers on each end issue IP addresses that do not overlap with those on the other end. (Added by xnok)

Frame sizes?

I've used L2TPv3 on Cisco before and always ran into the same problem - it didn't support frame sizes around 1500. Since L3 packet + VPN overhead usually pushes it over the MTU threshold for the Internet, I need some way to fragment packets (errr...frames) either after or before it's bridged through the tunnel.

Does this method support that? If not, can it be tweaked further?