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If you are running the VPN client from your computer there is no need to change your home LAN subnet unless your work VPN permits a split tunneling which is not very secure for a work VPN.
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Yes, just keep notes of any changes you make, so you can easily manage your network.
Can you please tell me how/where?
Why do you want to make this change? What is the purpose?
There is a conflict with systems. it will be easier to change the Telus router settings if that is possible.
@Darrells wrote:There is a conflict with systems. it will be easier to change the Telus router settings if that is possible.
What kind of conflict? Are you connecting more than one router together? What kind of network setup are you using?
In my case working remotely I connect to the office with a VPN and they are using 192.168.1.x addresses. They are not going to change their end, so...