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Configuring OpenVPN to use Firewalld instead of iptables on Centos 7

I need some help configuring OpenVPN on Centos 7 using firewalld. I used iptables on Centos 6.5 and only had to add the following lines to /etc/sysconfig/iptables: -A POSTROUTING -s "10.0.0.0/24" ...
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Routing public ipv6 traffic through openvpn tunnel

What I'm trying to do is to route IPv6 traffic through a vpn tunnel. That way, I should be able to use IPv6 in a network that doesn't support IPv6. I have a VPS which has an IPv6 block assigned. Part ...
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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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debugging iptables when tunneling one VPN through another

I seek to tunnel one SSL VPN (F5, running on my debian laptop==client) through another (OpenVPN, running on a debian linode==server), but lose all client networking (including, e.g., ping) after the ...
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SELinux re-labeling problem while attempting to run OpenVPN

I'm trying to run OpenVPN under Fedora 19 with selinux (selinux-policy-targeted) in enforcing mode, and I'm running into an AVC I'm not entirely sure how to handle. Starting OpenVPN from the command ...
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OpenVPN on OpenWrt

I have a step-by-step guide for OpenVPN on an OpenWRT 10.03 router: (wl500gpv2) Needed packages opkg install openvpn_2.1.1-1_brcm-2.4.ipk kmod-tun_2.4.37.9-1_brcm-2.4.ipk ...
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Installing OpenVPN to replace Cisco VPN because Cisco will not work with the kernel I am on or downgrade instead?

I had difficulties installing Cisco5.0 VPN on my Ubuntu 10.04 LTS. I asked for assistance in this question: link to previous question. The answer is that this Cisco program will run on only older ...
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firewalld rules to route two user groups to different apps in OpenVPN

I have OpenVPN successfully configured on a remote CentOS 7 server to allow https access to employees and administrators, while also blocking ssh access to everyone who is NOT an administrator. This ...
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Debian CLI torrent program through VPN

Has anyone successfully set up a CLI-only (no web UI's!) torrent client that can tunnel all of its traffic through a VPN? (Either by sending all traffic through a particular interface or a SOCKS ...
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multiple user-types/access-rules for OpenVPN on CentOS 7 and firewalld

How can I define separate roles for users and administrator in OpenVPN running on CentOS 7 server? Specifically, the users must only be allowed to https, while the administrator must be allowed to ...
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OpenVPN port forwarding without router forwarding?

I would like to setup an OpenVPN server with port forwarding on my VPS, because I can not forward ports in my home router. The general question is, if it is even possible to bypass router port ...
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Passing the “--float” option to OpenVPN client from NetworkManager

NetworkManager on Fedora14 doesn't support the "--float" parameter of OpenVPN client. Are there any workarounds to connect with NetworkManager to an OpenVPN network using the --float option? Or are ...
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ip6tables allow IPv6 traffic from OpenVPN through my VPS

I've established a fully working IPv4 OpenVPN setup and wanted to go one step further and experiment with setting up IPv6. My VPS server does not get a native IPv6 block but does have a 6in4 tunnel ...