[OLPC-AU] VPN Client.conf File
brian.hall02 at uwimona.edu.jm
Tue Nov 22 10:20:04 EST 2011
Thanks for your assistance.
Its now up. As you said the issue was the udp in the proto line.
From: Jerry Vonau [mailto:jerry at laptop.org.au]
Sent: Monday, November 21, 2011 2:49 PM
To: HALL,Brian C
Cc: Jerry Vonau; craig.perue at gmail.com; OLPC Australia list; Sridhar Dhanapalan; Kevin Gordon; OLPC Devel; Sameer Verma (sv3rma at gmail.com); XS Devel
Subject: Re: [OLPC-AU] VPN Client.conf File
First thing is you have a typo in the .conf file correct the proto line, is should be udp.
For further setup information have a look at:
On 21 November 2011 08:20, HALL,Brian C <brian.hall02 at uwimona.edu.jm<mailto:brian.hall02 at uwimona.edu.jm>> wrote:
Good Morning All,
In installing openvpn I didn't see a client.conf file. I want my XS to connect to a vpn server. In essence the XS will be the vpn client.
I have my vpn keys and in trying to create the client.conf file I received some errors.
The issue is that when I created my client.conf file then restarted the openvpn service, it did not start. Iam able to stop it but not start.
I had previously gotten a site to look at regarding openvpn configuration however the site is now down.
See the below client.conf file I created using a couple web sites.
remote IP_ADDRESS 1194
Not sure where I went wrong. Iam assuming that I missed a couple lines..Not sure where.
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