On Thu, 2017-11-02 at 20:33 -0400, Alex wrote:
> There are several comparison sites you can consult, e.g.
Thanks. It's been hard to find a trustworthy review site.
I'm not specifically recommending that site, it just popped up when I
did a search.
> > The client VPN documentation available with the fedora25
docs is confusing:
> > Where is this "Super key"?
> > I know how to use Settings->Network to "Add a VPN" but I don't
have an endpoint.
> No idea. UI indications in the Fedora docs are written for Gnome users
> and I use KDE. However in my own case I just use a Shell script
> downloaded from my VPN provider, which hooks into OpenVPN.
That explains it. I've implemented openvpn in a subnet-to-subnet
config before from the command-line. Much of this is research for my
father-in-law and his fedora box.
Is the shell script publically available? I'd be very interested in
seeing how they're doing it.
On looking again, it turns out to be a binary executable rather than a
Shell script. Sorry for the confusion. However I'm fairly sure I did
once manage to use openvpn with the credentials supplied by the
provider, so it's not black magic.