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OpenVPN fails while openssl verifies ok

I have recently created a new CA certificate, as the old one was about to expire. I deployed this certificate to our OpenVPN server, and on it the verification of local certificate goes ok with both ...
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OpenVPN: Single certificate authority, multiple VPNs

The company in which I work has a single site (I'll refer it as "Site A"). There are several private networks within site A. We have a running instance of OpenVPN which allows some employees to ...
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Openvpn signing certificates with wrong CA

I have a working (until now) ubuntu openvpn server. I think that my server is using a wrong CA to sign client CRTs. E.g: I use "source ./vars" followed by "./build-key john.doe" and it all works ...
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How to properly replace CA certificate when clients get it bundled in PKCS#12 containers?

I'm about to regenerate a certificate of my CA (maintained by OpenSSL) used mostly to provide OpenVPN access to the intranet for my clients. My question is related to this one — "Certification ...
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generating client.ovpn file on android

I am developing a open source application wrapper over OpenVPN library for Android. For that I need to generate openvpn conf file. I have followed OpenVPN how but did not understand how to generate ...
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OpenVPN without Root-CA

Simple OpenVPN Setup with SSL Authentication. SSL-Setup: Root-CA > Intermediate-CA > Issuing-CA All certificates (vpn-server and -clients) are issued by the "Issuing-CA". I tried to use the ...
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How can an OpenVPN server be setup to use multiple certificates?

The OpenVPN documentation sets up a single certificate from a single CA to be used for all clients. Is there a way to set the server to enable multiple certificates from different CAs so long as the ...
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vpn/Openvpn as a cloud service

I am working on creating a small cloud (any number of EC2 instances that can be deployed based on load) implementing a VPN as a service for the company I'm working for. This is basically a project ...