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MSH

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Hi

Is there any way to install VPN so that when client connect to server then server could access the network of client(a reverse scenario as usual VPNs do) something like openvpn or push routing to client.

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billybob

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Your best bet probably would be site to site. Push route as far as I know is for pushing route to the clients not the other way around. Pretty similar to the toggle switch for kerio vpn "VPN clients access internet through vpn" which pushes the route to the client.

Let us know if you figure this out.
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MSH

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Hi
Thanks for answering but site to site is not the purpose . i want to use kerio vpn client. why because 1- I need to connect to 1 static IP 2- from the place that i want to connect is a NAT and static IP is not possible only VPN Client is possible so i want to use kerio vpn client from the NAT place and then connect to server then from the server side Have a IP address range of client side

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