I have a FreeBSD 12 PC with Gnome Desktop.
Currently i am connected using LAN.
I am decide to connect to a VPN. (Kerio, Cisco Connect, L2PP, PP2P)
re0: flags=8843<UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST> metric 0 mtu 1500...
I installed ShadowSocks VPN with Port: 59080 and Configured IPFW and ByPass this port
Here is my IPFW Configure:
IPF="ipfw -q add"
ipfw -q -f flush
$IPF 10 allow all from any to any via lo0
$IPF 20 deny all from any to 127.0.0.0/8
$IPF 30 deny all...
I'd like to setup two FreeBSD decvies (laptop and server) to communicate securely and route the entire traffic from the laptop over the secured tunnel through the server. The setup should look like this:
Laptop ----------- (Internet) ------- Server
I'm trying to build my first VPN tunnel between 2 gateways, both running FreeBSD 11.1.
my question, is this manual still consistent?
Making a tunnel - its easy,but when I try to apply encryption as it shown in handbook - tunnel stops working ...
according to that manual...
There is a case:
- HQ with fixed white IP
- Site with dynamic gray IP behind NAT (!!!)
Need to setup IPSec VNP LAN-LAN to connect site to HQ.
I've tried Racoon and succeded with establishing IPSec connection, but LAN-LAN connection wasn't established.
The same with StrongSwan - I can see...
I followed the L2TP/IPsec guide at 26755. The VPN works fine, I can connect to it using the preshared key and the username/password combo I set up. However, there is a problem: I can use the VPN to access my LAN but not the WAN. For reference, my LAN's configuration reserves addresses...
What would be the easiest way to provide access to the "End devices" on the picture? I need accessing just a few TCP/IP ports.
I can use SSH port forwarding, maybe using security/autossh to make it persistent (in pfSense?). Would it be reliable? A fully functional VPN maybe an overkill for this...
Is there a way to force some applications to only use a VPN interface for networking, or ban all networking from them completely? Could this be done with jails? I want to use VPN "anonymously" so that my real IP, DNS requests and other such stuff are not leaked.
I am trying to look into the whole VPN/IPSec topic.
I read the FreeBSD handbook but I am not sure about the different packages.
As far as I understand FreeBSD provides IPSec support already. So what's the purpose of a package like OpenSwan. Is OpenSwan a replacement of the "native"...
I have FreeBSD 11 on a server where I've installed OpenVPN and I need to setup VPN properly to be able to put internet traffic through it.
I can't connect to the internet anymore from my local computer after I've established a connection with my server via VPN. I guess the issue is port...
Hello to you all,
I'm currently working for an international organization in South Asia, where I'm based in a quite remote location. As there is no local internet provider, I have a VSAT in my office (house), which directs all internet traffic to the company's proxy server at HQ in Switzerland...
A VPN service called PIA or "privateinternetaccess" is offering a $29 a year special.
I might be interested, but I am not sure if would work with FreeBSD. I assume FreeBSD will run OpenVPN, and would work with the service.
A online support guy at PIA told...
I have the following setup:
- Server with 1 interface having 5 IPs assigned, running OpenVPN-Server
- Client with 1 interface behind a router, running OpenVPN-Client
The OpenVPN-Connection works fine. I now want to route all traffic arriving on one of the 5 IPs of the server through the...
As a system administrator I've got the challenge to create a quite complex solution for a bunch of users. The users are working from home. They connect through a IPSEC tunnel to the corporate network, the ipsec tunnel is handled by FreeBSD 8 based atom appliance. From there they use primarily...