Slightly less Random Ramblings

January 24, 2013

Windows 7 VPN Routing to StrongSwan

Filed under: encryption, linux, security — Tags: , , , , , , , , , , — Robert Wicks @ 12:41 am

One thing which always bugged me about my VPN setup is that whenever I used IPSec on Windows 7, I had to specify the route into my home network using a command prompt in Windows (with elevated permissions) where I had to use the “route add” command (you can view the link to see my example.) I finally have a way around this, by using the tip here. Just follow these directions, but instead of a script, specify the route command, with the flags “add 192.168.0.0 mask 255.255.255.0 10.8.8.1” from the example in my VPN setup post. Check the box “run with highest permissions” and save it. Now, every time you connect to your VPN, the task will automatically set your route. Obviously, you could make this a script with any number of commands or multiple routes, so adjust things accordingly.

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