RV34X - PPTP VPN without Use default gateway remote network
Hi, I have followed the RV34X guide for configure the PPTP server, also I have configured a new connections adapters on Win7 and Win10 as the guide said.
Oks, I came from a RV320, and with this routers this below option (see pictures) was disabled, with this disabled, I was able to not redirect all internet traffic over the VPN, just what only was needed.
now, with the RV340, I must checked this options if I want be able to connect to any remote host, and If I checked this opition, all my traffic goes over the VPN.
Do you know what could I have to do for use the PPTP server as the RV320 router?
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