In order for your for you to get access to your lan you need to add a client1 user like I have in the picture attached. You will need to change the subnet to what you have configured in your vpn settings. Also if you are using the VPN fusion along side the VPN server make sure the VPN fusion and VPN server subnets don't conflict. You can check the routing tab under logs. TUN21 will be your routing for the VPN server. Tun15 will be vpn fusion.
Also I don't use the default 10.8.0.0 vpn subnet because I also use vpn fusion that connects to Nord vpn. Nord was handing out 10.8.0.0 address and it was conflicting with the vpn server on the router. They were both giving out the 10.8.0.0. So when clients would connect to my vpn server on the router they were being routed to NordVPN.
Thanks - I have changed my VPN IP setting to 10.100 also.
I had created a VPN user in the main menu are (VPN > OpenVPN).
When you go to advanced settings, and have client specific options... I assume this is a different user now? I would have to use a different user name, or delete the other one and add it here?
I have my OpenVPN setup and configured, and I can connect - but the only thing I can access is the router itself.
I do have the configuration set to push LAN to clients, and my config allows clients to access LAN and Internet - but I still cannot connect (or even ping) anything that is on the LAN tht is not the router itself.
-EDIT : Actually, I think I am seeing the issue... I have some NetGear switches plugged into my ASUS Router, and it is the devices plugged into those switches that I am not able to reach. I am assuming a static route is needed somewhere?