QuickVPN Client on a remote terminal with multiple network interface
I am using QuickVPN for simple VPN with office site, it works pretty well in most of the cases when the remote terminal owns only one connected network interface (e.g. 1 ETHERNET connection).
Today, I need to connect my QuickVPN client from a PC with several network interfaces (2 ETHERNET boards, e.g. 192.168.1.2 and 192.168.2.2). Only one can connect to the VPN router (192.168.1.2), it has access to the WAN and authorisations to connect the router ; the other one (192.168.2.2) is a part of another dedicated subnet whose access is limited.
When the second interface (192.168.2.2) is unconnected or disactivated, QuickVPN successfully connects. It does not when I connect the second network interface.
I can see in the log.txt that the interface used is the wrong one:
2013/08/27 19:30:36 [STATUS]One network interface detected with IP address 192.168.2.2
I'd like to specify to QuickVPN the interface to use, is it possible?
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