On 5/27/19 1:38 PM, Jack Craig wrote:
> On Sun, May 26, 2019 at 10:17 PM Ed Greshko <firstname.lastname@example.org
> <mailto:email@example.com>> wrote:
> On 5/27/19 12:17 PM, Jack Craig wrote:
> > i thought what i read was after nm brings up the vpn, only then is the default
> route to
> > vpn created. more, its torn down first on shutdown.
> > i'm thinking along this line, ...
> > https:xpect what should happen is that after each interface comes up via NM a default route
> is set to it
> so eth0 up, default route to , say, 10.0.0./24 <http://10.0.0./24>, then vpn comes and
> default route is now pointed at the vpn.
> and this process in reverse on shutdown...
Yes, but all the routing information needed by the client should be provided by the
server, in most cases.
> Are you connecting to a commercial openvpn service? Or, are you setting up your own
> openvpn server?
> afaik, openvpn is an open source pkg that i built from src code to my goal of anonymous
> functioning server.
> the consumer version found here, ...
I didn't phrase my question very well.
I was asking if you have created your own OpenVPN server and you're trying to use it, or
you're connection to a VPN service like NordVPN or Ironsocket or another service
provider. I'm connecting to Ironsocket.
i see, well, i want to learn this more advanced networking for the coming cyber war! :) (kidding)
seriously, i am a retired sw engineer want to build it from src up so i learn it by experience.
I get the feeling, based on what you've said, your configuring your own OpenVPN server, yes?
yes. openssl is already done, i got a start on opendns, httpd, ffmpeg video transcoding,etc...
i have made some progress since beginning this journey.
If that is the case, you may want to show folks your configuration. It seems something
may be missing.
i may have to, but gotta due my due diligence first! a lazy mind is a dull mind,... Not kidding. much...
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