OpenBSD Journal

Using VPN Clients On Machines Behind An OpenBSD Router

Contributed by Dengue on from the esp dept.

Jolan Luff has crafted a concise article: Using VPN Clients On Machines Behind An OpenBSD Router . Those of you having issues with the routing of esp packets should read this. This article details the configuration of the OpenBSD router/firewall.

(Comments are closed)


Comments
  1. By Anonymous Coward () on

    I've been putting off upgrading past version 2.9 for exactly this reason! (It was a major nuisance figuring out how to get this stupid VPN client working with IPF, and haven't had the chance to try and work around it with PF...). An article like this is something I've been waiting for!

  2. By Isak Lyberth () ily@simpel-it.dk on http://www.simpel-it.dk

    How stupid am i when i cant get it to work using this guide?

    Comments
    1. By jolan () on

      what's the problem?

    2. By Anonymous Coward () on

      You are a damn idiot when you ask this question!

  3. By jolan () on

    This method is deprecated as of 06/10 by changes in -current.

    You can view the rule that replaces the binat rule at the same location.

  4. By Anonymous Coward () on

    I cannot open the link, is it dead? is there somewhere a mirror????

Latest Articles

Credits

Copyright © - Daniel Hartmeier. All rights reserved. Articles and comments are copyright their respective authors, submission implies license to publish on this web site. Contents of the archive prior to as well as images and HTML templates were copied from the fabulous original deadly.org with Jose's and Jim's kind permission. This journal runs as CGI with httpd(8) on OpenBSD, the source code is BSD licensed. undeadly \Un*dead"ly\, a. Not subject to death; immortal. [Obs.]