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AWS VPC Route Tableview story

http://serverfault.com – I have an AWS VPC set up with 4 subnets and an OpenVPN instance in one of the subnets which allows access from from remote clients. (HowTos)

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[ubuntu] Forwarding VPN Client Ports to Publicview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, I have set up a virtual private network using OpenVPN access server on my VPS (Ubuntu Server, External IP: 176.227.x.x, Internal IP: 5.5.0.1), everything is running smoothly and I've assigned a static IP to my client (Ubuntu 12.04, VPN Internal IP: 5.4.0.2). I would like to forward some incoming WAN ports on my server to the client, I know it is a really strange setup, but I think VPN or t (Hardware)

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Route Internet from eth0 to openvpn to eth1view story

http://superuser.com – I need to route all traffic coming and going from/to eth0 through openVPN before I send/receive it to/from eth1, this is a virtual machine Debian, you can call it a virtual router. The idea is to put a dhcp on eth1, clients will connect to eth1. I want all clients to automatically be connected to the SVN. Currently, I can route eth0 to eth1 with a DHCP in between, so clients will get their IP ad (HowTos)

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Limit ssh to local network, except for the git userview story

http://serverfault.com – I have an Ubuntu 12.04 server set up with Gitlab and OpenVPN to serve as a git and vpn server for us. Currently I have opened up port 1194 in the firewall to open for OpenVPN and let users authenticate by a rsa certificate and a google auth key. I have not opened the firewall up for SSH traffic yet, as I do not want SSH fully exposed to WAN. (HowTos)

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Why can't I malloc as much memory as `free` reports as being free?view story

http://serverfault.com – tl;dr: answer: memory fragmentation can prevent 220 MB (out of 6450 MB) from being allocated when allocating 10 MB slices. See @Michael Hampton's comment Original Question The following C program allocates slices of 10MB of memory until it is killed by the Out of Memory killer. (HowTos)

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Run script on boot (also known as: how do I autoconnect to a VPN server?)view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Hey there, I am a big fan of this forum (about 100 questions were answered because I found the solution in here), and now it's time to register. I am using Fedora 19 with GNOME3. I want to connect to a VPN server when I boot the pc. I don't care whether this is before or after login, but it would be nice before I open the browser. (HowTos)

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OpenVPN - Password Authentication Onlyview story

http://askubuntu.com – When using the OpenVPN Client for Windows, I can log into the OpenVPN server with only a username and password. I can't figure out how to make the same thing happen in Ubuntu. It seems that some kind of cert is required. Any idea how authenticate with an OpenVPN server with only a username and password? (HowTos)

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Use Linux to Assign local LAN IP to a WAN machine running Windowsview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Best way to use Linux to assign local LAN IP to a WAN machine running Windows securely so that programs which need to communicate on the local network may do so. The server side can be complicated, although I would prefer it not to be. (HowTos)

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Tip: using netcfg to connect OpenVPNview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – I'll demostrate how to create a OpenVPN connection using netcfg, in this example i'll use VPNBook as provider (UDP 25000).First of all, you'll need download config. and certificate from VPNBook site, direct link (UDP 25000): Here.After download, extract this to: /etc/openvpn/ , now your tree will be similary to this (if you haven't any other config. (HowTos)

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How do I connect Untangle to my own OpenVPN server (non-Untangle box)?view story

http://serverfault.com – Here is a copy/paste from another question on the site that the OP "answered" but never actually posted up how he managed to do so. I would like to do this exact thing and since I now see it is possible any help would be appreciated. (HowTos)