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On my openvpn tunnel into my home router (running asuswrt-merlin), when I try to load a webpage in firefox, it just seems like it's trying to load the page, but has no success. RDP connections appear to work perfectly, as does ping, as does the popup dialog for logging into a website, but after the credentials are put in, it doesn't load the page.

Is this a default route, or gateway issue? If so, how would I fix it? I'm using network-manager-openvpn to configure my vpn connection.

It may be the extremely restrictive network that I'm currently on, but the vpn definitely works, but not for loading pages.

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$traceroute google.com and you should see where the route is going. If the route is going to the VPN subnet you're connected in then it is the restrictive network policy that's causing the issue. –  Arnold Sep 19 '13 at 19:16
    
@Arnold first it goes to 10.8.0.1, then to my ISP network, then to 209.82.117.85, then it just gives * * * until it hits the TTL. –  Yet Another User Sep 19 '13 at 19:22
    
On the computer connected directly to the network that I'm rdping into, the traceroute ends at 209.82.117.85. Seems that something is in some kind of loop –  Yet Another User Sep 19 '13 at 19:42

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