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I have a weird problem. I am not sure what is happening. We have a server running OpenBSD working as router. This server is also openvpn client and firewall (pf). From the local network I can't ping ...
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I'd like to set up an OpenVPN server on my OpenBSD router. I'd like to run it in bridged mode, so the IPs given to the road warriors are from the local network subnet. I'd like to use the DNS server ...
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How to make OpenVPN use VIA Padlock on OpenBSD?

I've bought a VIA based router for the only purpose to run OpenVPN on it. Unfortunately it seems that Padlock is not used. Here is the important part from dmesg: OpenBSD 4.8 (GENERIC) #136: Mon Aug ...
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mDNS on bridged OpenVPN network

I have openvpn running on a openbsd server that is behind a firewall, so it is a local member of the LAN. The openvpn is a bridge configuration. firewall internal 10.0.10.1 openvpn server ...
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How can I get my OpenVPN server running OpenBSD 4.3 to authenticate against my Windows domain?

I've googled all over the place but none of the pages I have come across include a step-by-step guide showing how to set this up. I'm not a Linux master (although I'm working hard to increase my ...
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redundant openvpn configuration

I have two openbsd nat/firewall boxes with carp for failover / high availability purposes. What would be the best possible practice to ensure that OpenVPN, which I plan on running on these boxes, ...