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I followed every step in the "VPN (The Easy Way) V24+" Wiki ( [obscured] -wrt.com/wiki/index.php/VPN_(the_easy_way)_v24%2B), so I've been able to set up OpenVPN on my DD-WRT Cisco WRT54GL (the WRT54GL box is currently the VPN server).
My clients can currently connect to my server, but right now the server is assigning virtual IPs radomly (through it's own DHCP??).
What I'm trying to accomplish is setting static virtual IPs.
The reason is: I have a Synology 212 NAS box (sitting behind my Cisco WRT54GL VPN server) that I want any computer on my VPN to be able to access. The Synology NAS is going to some of our company data that will be accessed from various remote location (like a common document storage area). Right now, I'm afraid that if the Synology box is ever turned off, then turned back on, it will be assigned a new virtual IP, then not be reachable by remote computers that I have mapped to its address. (A side note: I've already been able to connect the Synology NAS as...
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