[arm-allstar] OpenVPN pfSense Server Config
kb4fxc at inttek.net
Wed Sep 6 18:05:57 EST 2017
The RPi3 boards are all running 32-bit Linux at this point, even though
the CPUs are 64-bit capable.
73, David KB4FXC
On Wed, 6 Sep 2017, "Bob Clabaugh via arm-allstar" wrote:
> 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
> >> KG7LER
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