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I have a multi-segmented network (10.0.0.x, 10.0.1.x, 10.0.2.x) using all /24 (255.255.255.0) subnets. On the LAN is a router with static routes allowing all devices on the LAN to talk to one another. When I connect to the VPN, I can only talk to my own segment (10.0.1.x) because the client is modifying the routing tables in order to send traffic through the VPN. I reached out to support and their solution was to add a static route for the segment(s) I needed to talk to when connected. I did so via route -n add -net 10.0.0.0/24 10.0.0.252 (where the latter IP is the LAN gateway), and it worked for a few minutes until I lost all LAN/WAN connectivity. Even after disconnecting from the VPN I still could not access anything, LAN or WAN, until I ran netstat -r and let it hang for long enough that for whatever reason, it rebuilt the routing tables properly and I regained connectivity. It seems that the Torguard client is modifying the routing tables and then periodically checking on them to ensure VPN connectivity stays in place. This is why adding a static route will most likely never work, and why I lost all network connectivity when I modified the routing table while connected. There are certain services running on my desktop that clients from the 10.0.0.x segment need to access, no matter if I'm connected to the VPN or not. This is what I'm trying to solve and I would love a working solution to this issue. Thanks!
OpenConnect Client Guide For Windows: For Android: Usefull Links/Guides: INFO: Please login to your account to find actuall server list and choose your server. All openvpn/l2tp/pptp hostnames work with anyconnect on port 22. Anyconnect hostnames use port 443.