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I'm looking at using AirVPN to get round a problem where I haven't got access to port forwarding on the router so a standard OpenVPN server is not an option. Is it possible to configure AirVPN to accept a client connection from Office "A" running on a Raspberry Pi. When another connection is established from Office "B" and/or Offiice "C" using AirVPN then all the network computers in Office "A" are visible to the clients in the other offices?

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No, it is not. This VPN connects clients to the internet, not among each other. :)
You can, however, forward ports and reach each client by using them.

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