Exposing extra subnet via Tinc
hamish at moffatt.email
Thu Dec 6 01:54:51 CET 2018
On 6/12/18 11:45 am, Daniel Lo Nigro wrote:
> I worked this out - I just had to manually add a route on the Windows
> route add 192.168.122.0 mask 255.255.255.0 10.123.1.4
> (where 10.123.1.4 is the local IP on the Tinc interface)
> I was hoping that Tinc would automatically configure the routing
> tables, but configuring it manually is fine.
Tinc will run its hook scripts subnet-up and subnet-down when it learns
about subnets at other nodes.
Unfortunately I could not find an example of these for Windows. I posted
about this a couple of weeks back but did not get any response.
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