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The proper solution would be, to make use of systemd's systemd-ask-password/"Password Agents", which provides a systemd builtin way to funnel passwords/passphrases to services. You'll need OpenVPN 2.3.0 or newer to do this.


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ping with a special interface: ping -I em1 8.8.8.8 OR ping -I br0 8.8.8.8


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The solution is easy. You did not take care of making tap0, a openvpn interface a part of br0 bridge. Detailed instructions you can find here. HTH, Cheers


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I assume that you want: one specific secondary VPN server to become the default gateway for a given client. If this is so, that can be done using route push. You already know that you can tell the client the address of its "new" gateway after the OpenVPN connection has gone up. Well, you can do so dynamically. From the manual: --client-connect ...


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The first bunch of message are indicating you have not installed any locales. This is just a warning you should be able to fix with apt-get install locales. The actual error is later after "Creating fuse device". To populate the /dev/ directory there are two ways. Modern systems use udev to dynamically add devices as they come and go, older system used to ...


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Server A lacks a route suggesting to connect to network 10.199.115.0/24 through VPN, thus uses its default route (i.e., try to reach B through your public IP). Try to see if running ip route add 10.199.115.0/24 via 10.1.1.2 on server A will allow connecting from A to B (without any NAT rule on firewall F) If this works, you can set up openvpn to ...



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