I have successfully configured ZeroTier on the Slate and have a remote OpenVPN server that is accessible via its ZeroTier IP. I want to connect to it via the Slate’s OpenVPN client. I can connect to it and successfully initialize the OpenVPN connection on the Slate but as soon as it is established the Slate tries to route all traffic through OpenVPN including the ZeroTier traffic which of course breaks the connection as ZeroTier can then no longer connect because its traffic is routed through OpenVPN and OpenVPN can therefore no longer connect as it relies on ZeroTier for its own connection to the remote OpenVPN server.
Is there a way to excempt all ZeroTier traffic from the OpenVPN connection so that no matter what all ZeroTier traffic is never routed through OpenVPN and the OpenVPN traffic is still routed through ZeroTIer after the VPN connection is established? All other traffic should still be routed through OpenVPN though and all the Slate’s network clients should still use the OpenVPN connection.
I tried to do it myself but with WireGuard and since we don’t have public IP here in my country I also have ZeroTier for my network to reach different devices outside my country
I have a router that I set up as a WG client in Europe and connect to the Zerotier IP of my WG server router.
So when I try to connect to the router in Europe as a WG client, the result is that it connects but quickly disconnects… and when I click disconnect on the client router, it connects to the server for a few seconds… but you’ve already click on disconnect button ahahah,