[SOLVED] OpenVPN can authenticate but not communicateview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – I have an OpenVPN server and I can connect to it just fine but I can not communicate with any other hosts on the network including the server. I can't ping from the server to an OpenVPN client, I can't ping from an OpenVPN client to the OpenVPN server, I can't ping from OpenVPN client to OpenVPN client or from OpenVPN client to normal LAN host and vise-versa. (Hardware)

[ubuntu] 2 OpenVPN Questions...view story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hey guys, I just setup OpenVPN on my Ubuntu 11.04 server according to this guide and I am able to connect to it from my PC and it routes all HTTP traffic through out, but I'd like to route ALL traffic through my remote Ubuntu server (PC->Server->Internet)....Is that possible? Also, what is "lzo compression" and should I leave it enabled or should I disable it? (Hardware)

Local domain DNS resolution not working using OpenVPN on a pfSense boxview story

http://serverfault.com – I am currently trying to setup an OpenVPN server with the intention of linking several servers together in order to run the backup jobs over the VPN. For this example, this is what I have: A pfSense server running OpenVPN (pfsense.vpn) Two clients: client1.vpn and client2.vpn OpenVPN / pfSense configured with the following settings: TUN mode Tunnel network: Local network: 10.0.255. (HowTos)

IPSec VPN login failing with certificate authenticationview story

http://serverfault.com – I am working on an IPSec VPN solution allowing iPhones / iPads to connect to a Linux server running Gentoo. I have been able to get the VPN functioning as expected using PSK authentication (PSK + Login + Password), but I am having trouble getting the VPN working with certificate authentication (Certificate + Login + Password). (HowTos)

OpenVPN not pushing remote gatewayview story

http://serverfault.com – I have a problem with OpenVPN. I've successfully managed to setup an OpenVPN server on my router which is running TomatoUSB. I then followed the following steps on 1 client computer. Download the latest version of OpenVPN with OpenVPN GUI Copy the certs and config files into the config directory Connect On the client I tested the remote-gateway was being pushed correctly. (HowTos)

Is there a tutorial for setting up OpenVPN on Amazon's EC2 running a Windows 2008 server?view story

http://serverfault.com – I have been looking for hours, for a way to set up an OpenVPN server on an Amazon EC2 instance that's running Windows Server 2008 R2. All of the tutorials I have found deal with EC2 Linux, Ubuntu, etc. And we have already bought a Windows Reserved instance, so switching is not an option. I have tried translating the commands, but since I am not well versed in Linux, this has been a challenge. (HowTos)

Any reason not to start openvpn as root?view story

http://askubuntu.com – I'm running openvpn (client) on a home ubuntu server. I currently create the connection with the command: sudo openvpn /path/to/config/file If I don't run it as root, I get an error that the TUN interface can't be created. I found an old thread on the topic where someone suggested adding your user to netdev, but after doing that I still get the same error. How urgent is it to solve this prob (HowTos)

Forwarding traffic from TUN device (C++ backend) to the default gatewayview story

http://serverfault.com – The following problem is just a piece of the bigger solution I have a problem with. All other elements seem working so far, so I'll try to describe very small piece which I have problem with. I've got a linux machine, with tun0 (tunneling interface) and eth0 (witch is my default gateway to the internet). (HowTos)

soft User- and hard Group Bandwith-Limitsview story

http://serverfault.com – I have a proxy-/backup-/application-server with multiple users. The proxy has a total bandwidth-limit of 5TB/month. (HowTos)

network bridge - without destroying network managerview story

http://askubuntu.com – I have seen alot of questions related to Bridge and network manager.. however none of them seem to apply to what i seen AND want. I setup my bridge in /etc/network/interfaces This works perfect - uses a nice static ip etc. However once i rebooted the network manager says it is unmanaged (as in it can't manage the bridge/ connections). Now this would normally be fine.. but.. (HowTos)