how granular are the routing tables?

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    Firewalla

    So far no one complained about the red/blue limits on OpenVPN clients.  Likely that limit is the bandwidth, not the number of connections.

    As of routing, it really depends on what you want to do.   Need more detailed examples.  

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    Bernie Doehner

    Only fair.

    site A subnet: 192.168.20/24              <->          Zattoo tunnel 1

            |

    site B subnet 192.168.21/24               <->         Zattoo tunnel 2

     

    Zattoo (I am making this up right now, and it probably has changed), but say 21.2.5.0/24 is one of them -  there are more and I haven't actually routed this way in a while, but it's nice because it covers all devices on the network.

    Zattoo I have to route via different openVPN or PPTP tunnel than site A to B above.

    I'd want the flexibility to at Site B route traffic for Zattoo via a separate outgoing openVPN tunnel to zattoo (not via site A)

    or route via Site A who has its own tunnel to zattoo. Would both of these scenarios work with what in Firewalla blue/gold or would I even use a red?  Internet speeds are 25 Mbps at Site A and 100 Mbps (but not used at full speed) at Site B.

    At a min I'd want to be able to route 192.168.21.0 via the tunnel from A to B and 192.168.20.0/24 via the tunnel from B back to A and route zattoo from either side via the other or a separate tunnel (whichever gave the greatest performance or if it was possible to set up a failover from one route to the other?)

    Outside OpenVPN clients (mobile) are typically 1-3 at both sites.

    I  hope this helps?

     

     

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    Bernie Doehner

    I generally want both sites to route directly to the internet via NAT for routes not Zattoo or not 192.168.{20,21}.0.

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