On 15-01-21 10:02 PM, A Mohan Rao wrote:
windows xp or windows 7 already do that *RUN AS ADMINISTRATOR*

On Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 7:18 PM, Vittorio Milazzo <vittorio.mila...@gmail.com <mailto:vittorio.mila...@gmail.com>> wrote:

    What is the OS on client? If it's windows, try to execute OpenVPN
    client as administrator.

    Il 21/gen/2015 11:31 "A Mohan Rao" <mohanra...@gmail.com
    <mailto:mohanra...@gmail.com>> ha scritto:


        successfully configured Road Warrior OpenVpn also vpn client
        is connected from remote area but not able to access server
        end LAN or server's.


Hi Mohan.

Can you actually see any traffic coming down the vpn link?

If you can log on to the ssh command line, then do a

tcpdump -n -i ovpns1

I assume your vpn interface is ovpns1.

If you get a lot of traffic, then filter based on the expected client ip address:

tcpdump -n -i ovpns1 host

Where is the host of the client connecting.


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