Just installed the 9006 build on a Linksys e3000 and I am trying to configure thr router as a OpenVPN server. In setting up the configuration, I noticed that you can setup multiple servers. Hope I am correct in my reasoning when I see 'Server 1' and 'Server 2' on the page.
I decided to set Server 1 with a TAP interface and Server 2 with a TUN interface.
I am able to get the TAP interface up and running .. GREAT ..
Not the same luck with Server 2 - the TUN interface.
Here is the error log from the client side .. when I try to connect on the TUN interface.
Sun Jun 19 17:14:08 2011 WARNING: Since you are using --dev tun with a point-to-point topology, the second argument to --ifconfig must be an IP address. You are using something (255.255.255.0) that looks more like a netmask. (silence this warning with --ifconfig-nowarn) Sun Jun 19 17:14:08 2011 There is a problem in your selection of --ifconfig endpoints [local=10.100.3.151, remote=255.255.255.0]. The local and remote VPN endpoints must exist within the same 255.255.255.252 subnet. This is a limitation of --dev tun when used with the TAP-WIN32 driver. Try 'openvpn --show-valid-subnets' option for more info. Sun Jun 19 17:14:08 2011 Exiting
Looks like the Server-2 setup is looking for the Server range that has been specified on Server-1 (the TAP interface). I have the IP address range setup as 10.100.3.151 to 10.100.3.175 specified on the Server 1 screen. To prove a point, I changed the IP address range for Server-1 to 10.100.3.1-10.100.3.25 and the error message for the Server-2 Interface changed accordignly.
Any thoughts/suggestions on what I might be doing wrong here.
Thanks in advance.