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Windows routing

Hi,

I have a OneProvider server (aka: online.net) at the Paris location and an Online.net in Amsterdam. Both run Windows.

Outgoing traffic from the OneProvider server to the US is dreadfule (< 5 Mbps)
Outgoing traffic from the Online server to the US is slow but a little more acceptable (20-30 Mbps).

Traffic between the OneProvider and the Online server is OK.

Is there an easy way to route the outgoing traffic from the OneProvider server through the online.net server by means of routing ? I would like to avoid setting up VPN's etc ...

Thanks

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  • @wlambrechts said:
    Hi,

    I have a OneProvider server (aka: online.net) at the Paris location and an Online.net in Amsterdam. Both run Windows.

    Outgoing traffic from the OneProvider server to the US is dreadfule (< 5 Mbps)
    Outgoing traffic from the Online server to the US is slow but a little more acceptable (20-30 Mbps).

    Traffic between the OneProvider and the Online server is OK.

    Is there an easy way to route the outgoing traffic from the OneProvider server through the online.net server by means of routing ? I would like to avoid setting up VPN's etc ...

    Thanks

    What kind of connections/traffic?

    Don't want to setup a proxy, either?

  • I would like to have this routing for all traffic regardless which protocol/port

  • @wlambrechts said:
    I would like to have this routing for all traffic regardless which protocol/port

    Install wireguard on it!

    A simple uptime dashboard using UptimeRobot API https://upy.duo.ovh
    Currently using VPS from BuyVM, Gullo's, Hetzner, HostHatch, HostSailor, HostSolutions, InceptionHosting, LetBox, MaxKVM, MrVM, VirMach.

  • @wlambrechts said:
    I would like to have this routing for all traffic regardless which protocol/port

    You need a tunnel or VPN.

  • TejyTejy Member

    If you were Online.net customer (without using OP services), you could have to set-up RPNV1/V2 between your two servers (I'm not sure about intra-region option)...
    Otherwise, it will be safer, and easier to set a VPN.

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  • You lost me after "Windows"

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