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set rules for openvpn by iptables in firewall CentOS 6.2

Firewall (FW), three leg: eth0: 172.16.1.101 eth1: 192.168.99.99 (LAN) eth2: 10.0.0.1 (DMZ) I installed openvpn in FW by tunnel mode, already ok: tun0: 192.168.10.0/24. If I use shorewall and ...
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Bridged TAP interface to virtualbox

I need bridged TAP interface on client side of my VPN to virtual machine. I use VirtualBox 4.3.12. But in Adapter Network options in Attached to: Bridged adapter I do not see my TUN adapter. I have ...
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Settings when using a bridge

I have a bridge set up between my physical Ethernet interface, eth0, and the virtual interface for OpenVPN, tap0. The bridge has an IP address, and the machine can be contacted on that IP address from ...
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Route wlan0 to openVPN tunnel and rest to eth0

I'm having problems to create route/iptables rules for following configuration: I have an openVPN server (tun type) running on my raspberry machine at home At work i have company pc (behind proxy) ...
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Set up firwall with iptables to only allow VPN

Im using IPredator VPN with openVPN and I want to make sure that if the connection is dropped, i wont submit data from the internet without the VPN. I heard that I could do that with iptables and a ...
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netfilter's configuration to allow openvpn

I've got a debian server at home, that I use to have a VPN access to my home computers. I've redirected the openvpn port on the port 2000 : in my file "server.conf", I've added this : #Server mode ...
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Port forward to VPN Client?

I've run into a bit of a puzzle and haven't had much luck finding a solution. Right now I am (sadly) connected to the net via Verizon 3G. They filter all incoming traffic so it is impossible for me to ...
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iCloud stuff stops working while connected to OpenVPN

I have a fairly simple OpenVPN setup on an OpenVZ VPS with Ubuntu 11.10. Client is the Viscosity client on Mac OS X 10.8.2, and after some testing, we can rule out the client as being part of the ...
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Remote SSH login not working

I have a PC behind a router with port forwarding setup Port 22 for SSH which works perfectly - I can login and everything. What I am trying to do is let this PC connect to a VPN and only allow ...