Thanks for responding!
The server (192.168.1.100) definitely has a route for the client
(192.168.2.0) pointing at 192.168.9.2, the client's vpn ip. The
server's vpn ip is 192.168.9.1 (subnet 255.255.255.252).
> Do you see anything land on the server interface itself?
I see the packets try to get from client (host .2.100) to my middle-man
host (.20.4) which the .2.254 router believes can be found via the
static route to .20.4.
> Openvpn uses SSL, not IPSec no?
True, red herring. :)
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