Changes between Version 3 and Version 4 of 263-openvpn-can-ping-both-peers-but-i-cant-reach-any-of-the-other-machines-on-the-remote-subnet


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    77 * adding a route to every client, or
    88 * NATing all VPN traffic to the local address of the OpenVPN machine for network traffic which leaves the OpenVPN machine for the local net.
    9 * If you are hosting the OpenVPN server on an Amazon Web Services (AWS) EC2 instance make sure "Source/Destination Checking" is disabled on the instance's Elastic Network Interface (enabled by default)
     9* If you are hosting the OpenVPN server on an Amazon Web Services (AWS) EC2 instance make sure "!Source/Destination Checking" is disabled on the instance's Elastic Network Interface (enabled by default)
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    1111* If you are still stumped, use '''tcpdump''', '''wireshark''', or '''WinDump''' to determine where packets are being dropped.