On server your will find a client configuration file called ~/iphone.ovpn. All you have to do is copy this file to your local desktop using the scp and provide this file to your OpenVPN client to connect: Next, you need to download OpenVPN client as per your operating system:
First, install the openvpn client, enter: Edit /etc/rc.conf and add the following:
Wouldn’t use this script or guide guys. Sets up a hidden account on your server that you install openvpn on. Right after i set it up I got three logins from india. Even the IP he lists in the tutorial is India based. Just a heads up I wouldn’t use this.
Here is some of the output produced by my client: Mon 4 July 2016 3:12:31 UDPv4 link remote: [AF_INET] 188.8.131.52:1194
That’s very true. nameserver 184.108.40.206
The default rules added to the /etc/rc.local file should work out of the box. However, if you have complicated firewall settings or At top of the file add the following rules:
Hey, what a great article you’ve written, has long sought something like this, I have many articles and information gathered on the subject of Open VPN for when it is their time to implement exactly what you suggest in this article, that just what I need, nothing vpn ubuntu gnome 16 04 more.
Which is all throughout the OpenVPN code I set up for myself on the Server and my home gateways. Then I REBOOTed, to enable it all. I then did a ” PING GOOGLE.COM ” and it worked. So I brought up my browser and “Voala”, Google came up on the browser. It worked !!! Now, There’s a warning in the file you edited about it being overwritten. By what, I’d like to know, so it can be permanent and not overwritten. More SEARCHing …
Neil@Lexington:/etc/openvpn$ dig TXT +short o-o.myaddr.l.google.com @ns1.google.com Options error: In [CMD-LINE]:1: Error opening configuration file: /etc/openvpn/client.conf