[arm-allstar] OpenVPN pfSense Server Config

Bob Clabaugh bob.clabaugh at gmail.com
Wed Sep 6 17:21:57 EST 2017

Which version did you use for the PI 3? Looks like there are ARM 
versions but only 32 bit. Does the 64 bit CPU in the PI3 work with that 


On 9/6/2017 12:49 PM, "Michael "Lee" Lockwood via arm-allstar" wrote:
> I am currently in the process of deploying vpn clients on my app_rpt
> nodes.  I ditched openvpn and ended up going with SoftEther.  Visit
> softether.org for details and download information.  Installation via CLI,
> then can all be managed and configured via Windows software.  I have 6
> nodes connecting in to a VPN server hub.  Scripts starting up the vpn
> clients and connecting them automatically upon reboot.  Working really well
> and sounds like it will do what you're looking to do as well.
> On Wed, Sep 6, 2017 at 2:23 PM, "Chris Guth via arm-allstar" <
> arm-allstar at hamvoip.org> wrote:
>> I am trying to configure all my private nodes (5) connect over a vpn to my
>> OpenVPN pfSense Server.
>> I cannot seem to get the clients and server to connect. I tried setting up
>> the sever as Peer to Peer Shared Key but not sure if that is the correct
>> type.
>> I have created some vpn servers in the past but I am far from an expert
>> with them.
>> All nodes are on Pi3's
>> I am getting an
>> Sep 6 12:14:33 openvpn 31490 Authenticate/Decrypt packet error: cipher
>> final failed
>> I did try different Encryption Algorithm's with no luck.
>> Anyone have some guidance?
>> Thank You,
>> Chris Guth
>> WQWI942
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