Tag: openvpn

Fedora 19, openvpn and default route

According to one of my latest post (Fedora 19 and override routes with openvpn) I realized that Network Manager applet is not showing the status of VPN connection – icon will not change to this one: . I decide that I

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Fedora 19 and override routes with openvpn

Lately, I had an issue with routes, because I wanted to use my VPN connection only for resources on network that I wil connect. Unfortunately in Fedora 19 this option: “Use this connection only for resources on its network” doesn’t

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Running openvpn with SELinux on Fedora 19

Lot of people has the same issue with setting up openvpn with SELinux enabled. Follow steps below and You will get it working. First of all make directory in Your home (it must be .cert): mkdir ~/.certmkdir ~/.cert Now copy

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Openvpn revoke / unrevoke certificates

REVOKING Sometimes You need to revoke access of a client in openvpn. The simpliest way to do this is to revoke certificate. Revoking certificate is almost as simple as clicking enter on a keyboard. To revoke certifikate just go to

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ssh tunneling to bypass network limitation

Recently I had a problem with my vpn – I couldn’t connect to my vpn server because of network limitation. Despite 1194 port was blocked by academy network administrators, they do not block ssh port. So I used very simple

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