> You're not understanding what that does.
>
> The setting is used to tell the client when it connects to the VPN server
> what to route through the VPN tunnel. You ALWAYS want to specify

your
LAN
> (or some subsection of it) in there, or you wouldn't get any packets


sent
> through the VPN tunnel.

Sorry i think i didn't explain myself very well.

Exemple :
- a site named A adressed : x.x.1.0/255.255.255.0
- a site named B adressed : x.x.2.0/255.255.255.0
- a site named c adressed : x.x.3.0/255.255.255.0

Take the example of an user moving from site to site with his laptop.

When the user is on the A site I want that he have access :
- via the vpn to the ressources of sites B anc C.
- to the local ressources of the site A
When the user is on the B site I want that he have access :
- via the vpn to the ressources of sites A anc C.
- to the local ressources of the site B
When the user is on the C site I want that he have access :
- via the vpn to the ressources of sites A anc B.
- to the local ressources of the site C

What would be the BM routing configuration?

Thank in advance.

JF.