How to connect 2 subnets on different routers through the VPN one?

Hi all.
Have a Router-1, which keeps the local network 1.0/24 and Router-2, which keeps the 2.0/24. ASUS router. The routers are in different locations, there is access between them via the Internet. The task following: it is necessary that the device from the 1.0/24 can connect to the 2.0/24 and Vice versa.
Router-1 was raised OpenVPN server but it issues connecting devices 10.8.0.0/24. Okay, no problem. Connected Router-2 as the OpenVPN client. Up the Router 1 has the address 10.8.0.5, and Router-2 10.8.0.6. On Router 2 appears in the routes line that connect to the 1.0/24 contact 0.5. Well, with the 2.0/24 1.0/24 are pings and even have the Telnet port. But with the 1.0/24 and 2.0/24 any pings, nor even Telnet no no. Check the route table on Router 1 see that the necessary entries (Ala 2.0/24 go to 0.6) no. Try hands add a route, but in the rules sheet of the routes it appears, and in the current routes based on the system information it is not. Any other route safely is created and appears in the logs of the router.

Fun ASUS or I really do something wrong?
April 4th 20 at 00:32
1 answer
April 4th 20 at 00:34
The manual for OpenVPN read, in terms of parameters of the route and iroute.
About iroute know, but I just pointed out that the Asus router, I do not understand how to register configuration for each individual customer - Adrianna.Willms commented on April 4th 20 at 00:37
@Adrianna.Willms, read about the parameter client-config-dir - iva_Hudson commented on April 4th 20 at 00:40

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