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How to work around an uncooperative HTTP Proxy?

I am trying to set up a OpenVPN tunnel and I'm getting this error on the server side: Wed Dec 11 13:34:24 2013 us=454625 WARNING: Bad encapsulated packet length from peer (18245), which must be > ...
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Openvpn forward all routing to a socks port

Is it possible to configure openVPN to route all client connections through a socks port? ie, I want the setup to be: Client -> openvpn server -> localhost socks5 port -> socks5 port forward ...
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Cannot run OpenVPN on port 53 (DNS Stops Working)

So I'm trying to get OpenVPN to work on port 53 - sadly this isn't working. I used IP tables to map port 53 to port 1194 (standard OpenVPN port) Here's what I run to do this: iptables -t nat -A ...
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Using TomatoUSB and OpenVPN to tunnel IPv6 traffic

Assume the following scenario regarding the current IPv4/OpenVPN setup: Central Site with a /64 IPv6 (10.0.0.1) | | OpenVPN Server A OpenVPN Server B ...
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Replace DNS on Openvpn client without redirect-gateway

I am trying to push DNS to the client with OpenVPN server with config: push "dhcp-option DNS 192.168.x.x" It is working well, but what I really need is that during the VPN connection I do not ...
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Tunneling a public IP to a remote machine

I have a Linux server A with a block of 5 public IP addresses, 8.8.8.122/29. Currently, 8.8.8.122 is assigned to eth0, and 8.8.8.123 is assigned to eth0:1. I have another Linux machine B in a remote ...
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Tunnel only one program (UDP & TCP) through another server

I have a windows machine at home and a server with debian installed. I want to tunnel the UDP traffic from one (any only this) program on my windows machine through my server. For tcp traffic this ...
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openvpn tunnel- tunnel is up but issues with routing

I am having trouble with a site to site tunnel. Both routers are centos based routers. Router A is the server, and router B is the client. The VPN tunnel is established. From router B, I can ping ...
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Difference between site-to-site and client-to-site configuration on openVPN server

I am trying to setup a site to site VPN tunnel using openVPN. The server currently is setup to accept client to site connections. When configuring a site to site tunnel (as opposed to the client to ...
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How do I know if an openVPN tunnel is established?

How do you know if a Site to site VPN tunnel is established in OpenVPN? Apart from pinging the other side, is there a command or something that shows the status of the tunnel? I am using centos on ...