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comment user-password disable not working in Ubuntu 12.04, can not start service
Thanks - I have put the following into sudoers: # User privilege specification root ALL=(ALL:ALL) ALL me ALL=NOPASSWD: ALL %tunnels ALL=NOPASSWD: ALL root ALL=NOPASSWD: ALL still, the scriptline below triggers a password prompt: sudo su -s /bin/sh $USER -c "$AUTOSSH $TUNNEL"
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accepted what is best multi-server configuration with OpenVPN
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comment what is best multi-server configuration with OpenVPN
Good question, not sure anymore about the picture I had at this point. For now we have chosen SHH tunnels, see also my comment above. Thanks for your answer!
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comment what is best multi-server configuration with OpenVPN
Thank you for your answers. Currently we do not have subnets within the hosting centers, we have rented separate hosts. Thanks for confirming this would result in a mgmt nightmare with VPN. For now we have chosen to use SSH tunnels on a per service basis. This may not be ideal in the long run, but for now it does the job. Will further look into Open VPN as future option.
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comment what is best multi-server configuration with OpenVPN
Interesting that one client would act as a router, will look further into that. This would have 2 drawbacks though: 1. single point of failure, 2. two tunnels involved for most of the routes
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