The following will document how to install an OpenVPN server on CentOs7 with LDAP authentication. When setting up OpenVPN always use an UDP port, they are stateless and do not answer to any requests like TCP does. Also open the port in your firewall and forward it to the IP of the CentoOS machine. Finally... Continue Reading →
Creating an OpenVPN client for bridging traffic between two networks.
This is going to be somewhat backwards, I will follow this up with a creating an OpenVPN server post at a later time. Be aware that this client will be setup in AWS so there will be AWS references in the article. This can be easily translated to your own network. A prerequisite for this... Continue Reading →
Install and Configure OpenVPN on OSMC/Kodi
Let's face it, Kodi is pretty popular right now, everyone is talking about it. One of the first things I did after I installed OSMC on my Raspberry Pi was to configure OpenVPN. There is a little bit of work involved so I figured I'd share what I did to get it up and running!... Continue Reading →