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Is it possible to isolate one particular system from all LAN traffic, but still allow it to remain on the internet? I have a few days which I'm allowed to work from home each week, but I've noticed that on my home network, the computer is excruciatingly slow. While I am using a VPN, that can't be it because I have to use the same VPN at the office (connecting to a client network). I suspect that it may be traffic from one of my IoT devices. My firewall on my personal computer records a lot of blocked packets related to a few of those devices. My work laptop is wired directly to the router.
To use LAN resources away from home I have setup the VPN service which sets the xr500 as the vpn server. My mobile is a client using openvpn software. I am able to connect away from home. my devices are set on the subnet 192.168.2.0 What server or client app settings need I change to access 192.168.1.0 which is the default xr500 subnet. As is when as a friends house 192.168.1.1 from my openvpn connected android loads his router credential prompt. I have it set for LAN and internet access. I can access the internet connected. I have tried setting a static route but perhaps I have done that incorrectly. --- extra search terms: vpn subnet, xr500 vpn, xr500 vpn service, router as vpn server, openvpn configuration