I am having trouble restarting network services.
I made a very simple shell script (OpenVPN kill switch) that checks sockstat every 60 seconds to see if OpenVPN is running, if not, it runs the command `ifconfig ue0 down' (not tun0, the VPN device, but the ethernet connection).
It works just...
I am trying to connect to a VPN using OpenVPN on FreeBSD on a Raspberry pi.
I run the command:
$ openvpn vpn_server.ovpn
It prompts for the username and password, looks like it is connecting but then gives an error (even if I try another vnp_server.ovpn file, that I know is working since I am...
I've got a pretty standard desktop FreeBSD setup in my home office, with a DHCP IP & DNS. A couple of customers have OpenVPN setups to connect in with, and I need to amend my DNS servers accordingly during the session.
At present I have a Small Shell Script(tm) that updates /etc/resolv.conf...
I'm tempted to give vermaden's FreeBSD Desktop Series a try, but with x11-wm/cwm instead of x11-wm/openbox as windows manager.
I thought about the necessity of a status bar, but I can't really imagine having none and if only for date/time and network info. Having done some reading sticking to...
I'm currently on Arch Linux and I'm interested in trying with FreeBSD with KDE Plasma (and likely bspwm as an alternative session) on my laptop again after quite some time, and I'm wondering what the way to go there is for managing networks, so easily connecting to and switching between
I have many servers on many different locations. They are communicating between each other via Internet.
However there's only one site that has OpenVPN server, the rest are clients.
If this site is down then all of the clients lose connection between each other and the entire solution...
I have an OpenVPN server running on FreeBSD 11.2, it was working fine for a few years, recently I can connect to the server but I can't reach anything. I can't even ping my gateway IP
I set up another OpenVPN server on FreeBSD 12.0, same problem. I can connect without any issues but nothing is...
It is possibe to run lagg0 interface with lacp protocol from two tap0-tap1 interfaces?
tap interfaces used by OpenVpn.
I trying, but laggport flag not changed to active.
In failover proto work fine!
All offload options i removed from physical bge0 and bge1 interfaces by ifconfig -tso -tso4...
I'm somewhat of a *BSD novice, having rather used various builds for appliance devices, such as pfSense, opnSense, FreeNAS, etc.
I've recently set up a new FreeNAS box from scratch, and built/building a jail for the express purpose of maintaining OpenVPN client connections, and then...
Let there be machines A and B.:
A is a baremetal server in a datacenter with 1Gbps connection to the internet. 4x 3.4 GHz Xeon with 32 GB of RAM
B is a virtual machine running on a KVM cluster in a datacenter with 1Gbps connection to the internet. 4x 2.6 GHz KVM with 8 GB of RAM
I know, this appears to be answered all over the place. But none of the answers are working for me so I must have misunderstood something somewhere along the way.
Background: I'm trying to set up a FreeBSD jail that acts as a router. Inside that jail, I'd like to run OpenVPN. I would like all...
When I use the IP address(192.168.10.67) to connect to the server (192.168.10.247), my openvpn tun mode server is always stuck ? That is why ?
When I type the command “top htop …”.it is stuck.
This is my /etc/rc.conf:
Server@root[~]# cat /etc/rc.conf
With all the fuzz and issues with security and privacy these days I decided to give it a go with a VPN, mostly for the fun and challenge.
I am partially done with a scenario that sounds very typical these days, although it is not necessary plain vanilla.
The overall idea is...
I cannot setup firewall for OpenVPN. I don't know where is problem. Only way to make VPN working is stop IPFW via service ipfw stop. Can someone help me to set correct IPFW rules please?
Here is OpenVPN config:
server 10.8.0.0 255.255.255.0...
I’m investigating some slow VPN speeds on my router, and I’m trying to make sense of what I’m seeing. Non-VPN’d traffic can hit >1gb/s through the router, so I know it’s not a throughput problem.
This got me investigating crypto performance, and on all my machines, I’ve found that...
I need to modify the NAT on the vpn server which is a FreeBSD 11.1-STABLE #0 r324546 raspberry Pi 2. It seems not to have iptables command.
root@rpi2:~ # iptables -I FORWARD -i tun0 -o ue0 -s 10.8.0.0/24 -m conntrack --ctstate NEW -j ACCEPT
iptables: Command not found.
when I try to install it...
I'm running OpenVPN 2.4.3 on FreeBSD 10.3 and routing all traffic via a TUN/tunnel. I can access internal services but cannot reach anything outside of the network. I did my best to try to find an answer to where the problem lies, but I keep going round in circles now. I would...
After upgrading my box from 11.0-STABLE to 11.1-RELEASE my OpenVPN client fails with:....
Aug 17 13:35:31 eldorado openvpn: Initialization Sequence Completed
Aug 17 13:35:42 eldorado openvpn: Authenticate/Decrypt packet error: packet HMAC authentication failedI don't have much...
Searching the forums, I can't seem to find a definitive solution to what IPFW rules are needed for openvpn. (I've found many solutions I can't get to work.)
The obligatory uname:
# uname -a
FreeBSD peets 11.0-RELEASE-p9 FreeBSD 11.0-RELEASE-p9 #0: Tue Apr 11 08:48:40 UTC 2017...
I'm in progress of migrating my centos openvpn dualstack server to freebsd.
I got a problem with ipv6 connection and im not shure what is the problem.
IPv4 is working fine through the tunnel. IPv6 icmp is possible, but nameservers are not reachable on :53 or anything else except via...