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Let's say the LAN of my VPN server is running on is

And let's say I am at home, behind a Linksys router, the LAN is also configured for

I am connecting fine to the VPN server from home, but I have changed my home's network to and of course I am now able to ping hosts on the network at work fine.

Question is, is there any way around this? I would guess not, right? This may be problematic for me for alot of VPN users have home configurations using

Is my only alternative to change the LAN at the VPN server to something other than

I am thinking this is what I will have to do, just wanted to see if there was anyway around it.


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Connecting two lan's with the same addresses is not possible. It is also not possible to have two same ip addresses in a lan active at the same time.
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