2 10.137.5.1 (10.137.5.1) 2.399 ms 2.383 ms 2.373 ms
3 10.137.1.1 (10.137.1.1) 2.526 ms 2.516 ms 2.498 ms
4 192.168.1.1 (192.168.1.1) 5.915 ms 5.917 ms 5.902 ms
then out to the internet
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My firewall rules allows for everything but when I do a traceroute from a vm to
my NAS on my lan all traffic goes trough my VPN to the public internet.
MyVM -> VPN (proxyVM) - > sys-firewall -> sys-net
tried this setup as well
MyVM -> sys-firewall -> VPN (proxyVM) -> sys-net
Then I figured
How do I I set up access to my LAN devices? In this case my NAS that is located
on my 192.168.1.1/24 network. The VM's are of course NAT in this case
My proxy-vm is connected to the default sys-firewall if i switch to sys-net I
can access my nas for a minute or so then it stops
I have a seccond harddrive I only plan to use for media and downloading. What
is the easiest or preferred way to give all or some of my VMs acces to it?
setting up a share would mean opening the firewall and that seams like bad idé
sins dom0 is the only VM that can see it for now.