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  1. I have multiple OpenVPN client connections setup on my pfSense router. Traffic on one of my subnets is configured to use the AirVPN interfaces for outgoing traffic. The DHCP server on the subnet gives out 10.4.0.1 as the DNS server and firewall rules are in place so no other DNS server can be queried on the subnet. On each of the client connections I have the Don't pull routes/Don't add/remove routes options enabled. In the past connections would pass the 10.4.0.0/16 subnet and 10.4.x.1 gateway to my routing table but wouldn't assign a default route or add other routing options. More recently my client connections would assign a route in the 10.x.x.0/24 range with a gateway at 10.x.x.1. And since I have the above options enabled I have no route to the 10.4.0.1 DNS server. Is there a way I can have the client connection add a route to 10.4.0.0/16 while avoiding having the connection assigned as the default route? Or should i use the default gateway addresses as the DNS servers instead?
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