The kind folks over at #wireguard IRC channel on Libera.Chat helped me out!
The issues with my config. were as follows:
Server1's config has Server2 with AllowedIPs of just Server2's IP addresses. That wont permit "The Internet". It needs to be 0.0.0.0/0, ::0/0.
Server1's WireGuard interface must be configured to add routes (for all entries in ...
I'm also trying to get DNS and http/https running over wireguard for 2 days in a similar setup as you and still failing with name resolution.
What exactly do you mean by "register the same dns ... on the main connection as on the wireguard interface". Do you think it is enough to write the key-value pair "DNS = [WG Server IP]" in the ...
Well I am sorry, but this is just an example of me being an idiot. I spent half the day trying to figure out this problem, and then after I finally gave up and went here for help, I see that I have typed TCP rather than UDP in the POSTROUTING line.
To be fair though, I only spotted because I wrote it here. So posting the problem did in fact help solve it.
Yes, you can use Active Backup for Business over a WAN. You will need to open up port TCP/5510 to your NAS and use your public IP address as the destination. It should also be possible to do the same across a VPN.
The problem is with OpenVPN version and you need to upgrade it.
Here is a temporary solution that worked for me(Windows Machin),just comment or delete data-ciphers and data-ciphers-fallback... as bellow
# data-ciphers AES-128-GCM:AES-128-CBC <---- delete this line
# data-ciphers-fallback AES-128-CBC <---- delete ...
I ran across this problem today. This condition is discussed here for further reference: Open VPN Community Wiki and Tracker
push "dhcp-option ADAPTER_DOMAIN_SUFFIX <SEARCH_DOMAIN>"
dhcp-option ADAPTER_DOMAIN_SUFFIX <SEARCH_DOMAIN>
Sucks that TAP is no longer an option for MacOS since apple deprecated it ugh. So now you're forced to use avahi (if using pfsense or others) to replicate mDNS records across zones. Struggling getting it to work myself.
Gordon Davisson, I believe it is a question about managing the server, not using it.
I was not able to do anything to fix the problem. The server administrator had to do things to get me connected.
The solution was: She removed me from being "registered" with the network. She removed my certificates, for instance, and issued new ones. She was ...
I believe Pi-Hole runs using Docker, right? Then you can bind the port without exposing it by docker run -p 127.0.0.1:80:80 example.
If you're not running Docker, check out UFW. It's a great tool for configuring firewall rules.
I've got also connectivity problem. I was able to establish connection but still was getting timeouts on all the connections that I had.
On the web interface under admin ->
Configuration -> VPN Settings -> under "Specify the private subnets to which all clients should be given access"
I've got value which was equal to 10.0.16.0/20 (on of ...
My mistake was in the routing tables from the 'Associations' subnets.
I have 2 subnets, for one I did add the route for CIDR block of the 'App VPC' in the Route Table:
10.200.0.0/16 -> VPC peering(VPN to APP)
10.100.0.0/16 -> local
0.0.0.0/0 -> igw
But I forgot to do it in the Route Table of the second Associated subnet.
Most easy way would be to configure a monitoring session on a switch the AP is connected to, to send all the traffic to another port or vlan, where you can sniff it with a wireshark.
Check how this is done on Cisco Catalyst switches: configuring monitoring sessions on Catalyst switches
Similar technology applies to all other managed switches, but the ...
To connect from the console, this guide on configuring the client stronswan helped me: https://protonvpn.com/support/linux-ikev2-protonvpn/
In IDE when you first connect your new VPN connection, the NetworkManager-Strongswan asks for a password from the VPN, not from the Sudo. Because of this, when connecting from ide, an authorization error occurred.
If I have understood your needs, the IP packets of your client should be sent to the client router, then through Internet in a tunnel, to the server router, then back to the Internet.
redirect-gateway def1 seems adequate, but to be sure, it would be better to show us the route ip output on all nodes (client PC, client router, server router). These outputs ...
In order to switch from OpenVPN to WireGuard, there are a few main differences one has to know:
Wireguard is not a "server with users that login" but rather a set of computers that connect to each other by knowing their peers by a public key that is exchanged beforehand. So, while OpenVPN is using the "Privilege Settings" to create users ...
Once you can reach the work server you can easily do that.
Assumption for the example
source system (at home) : 10.0.0.1
work system (jump server) : 10.0.0.2 (ssh is running on standard port 22/TCP)
destination server : 10.0.0.3 (ssh is running on standard port 22/TCP)
port forward via server B
With opening the ssh tunnel you can set local port forward (-...
That is definitely possible. As you are telling that you need an SSH only, probably the most easy way would be to set up a GRE connection from your "another work server" (let's call it Server B) to your first server which accepts GRE (calling it Server A). Once you've done it and it can SSH from Server B to Server A you can just chain it from your ...
It turns out the solution is an additional xfrm policy. The thinking behind it is that whilst packets are getting onto the interface, the traffic isn't being "scooped up" by ipsec. To resolve the problem, it seems we need to mark the packets (in the same way as we do in the ipsec config and iptables), and also to specifically "activate" ...
I had exactely the same behavior, being the only one with this issue.
It was cause by a to high MTU value for the WiFi connetion.
I changed the automatic setting of the MTU of the network card to the manual setting, using 1400 as new value.
Immediately the issue disappeared.
Confirm your issued certificate is rooted in DST Root CA X3. Let's Encrypt still has this as the default, but check if your ACME client is requesting an alternate chain. See the production chain changes thread and the extending Android device compatibility post.
Apparently Android does not enforce notAfter dates on trust anchors. Which is allowed, roots are ...
The solution is simple, and I'm not sure why none of the instructions that I read didn't mention something as simple and critical as this, but all you have to do is add a rule to allow access to your DNS port:
TCP/IP Version: IPv4
Source Port: any
Destination: This Firewall
Destination Port: DNS
Create your VPC
Turn off DHCP on your VPC
Create 2 subnets: sub-myVPC-priv & sub-myVPC-pub
Create a network interface on sub-myVPC-pub:
Create another network interface on sub-myVPC-priv:
eni-myVPC-privGW (IMPORTANT: turn off source/dest check)
Create a route on sub-myVPC-priv and point the default route to eni-myVPC-privGW
(AWS will ...
IP routing / forwarding has no idea about domain names, all routing rules are set up using IP addresses / address blocks.
Most likely the problem with your setup is that your VPN server is not doing NAT properly for the IP address blocks you are trying to route via the VPN.
A possible solution (there are other approaches)
A service on the mobile device connects out to the proxy controller, maintaining a constantly open connection.
The proxy controller then routes requests down this already open connection and the service sends the responses back.
(There are also cellular providers that supply plans with fully routed addresses.)
Well, answering my own question. Here it goes:
On FortiOS 7.0.1 when the ForiGate is behing a NAT device doing a 1:1 NAT, there is no documented or explicit way to define the IDi or IDr of the phase one definition on the FortiGate in a way that GCP accepts it to setup the tunnel.
The only way to setup a VPN tunnel between a FGT and GCP VPN Gateway is for the ...