Hi,I have two CentOS 5.4 boxes running OpenVPN. On vpn01, I have the server.conf configured, with 2 NIC's, one a public IP, the other (eth1) set to 10.01.202.2. I am wanting my L... [by digimars]
on 04/08/2010 – Made popular on 04/08/2010
I have been struggling with an OpenVPN issue for the last couple of days and am not sure what I am missing. I have "Site A" and "Site B". "Aite A" is where the OpenVPN server is located, and it is behind a NAT firewall (Cisco ASA). "Site B" has a Linux firewall, and OpenVPN is running on it directly.
Adding Two-Factor Authentication To OpenVPN AS With The WiKID Strong Authentication Server
Pairing WiKID with two-factor authentication and OpenVPN AS is a
great cost-effective solution to secure your network for minimal
expense. I downloaded the RPM Version of OpenVPN Access Server and dropped the RPM onto a Centos VM.