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 Typically, the choice of tunnel type depends on the intermediate providers, which for some reason they can block GRE or IPIP traffic, which makes it impossible to use any one type of tunnel. There is no fundamental difference between these types of tunnels. Typically, the choice of tunnel type depends on the intermediate providers, which for some reason they can block GRE or IPIP traffic, which makes it impossible to use any one type of tunnel. There is no fundamental difference between these types of tunnels.
  
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 Tunnel settings are also no different. You need to specify on which interface this tunnel will be configured and specify the routing parameters: the external address of the remote server, the address of the local network and the address of the remote network. Similar settings must be made at the other end of the tunnel. Tunnel settings are also no different. You need to specify on which interface this tunnel will be configured and specify the routing parameters: the external address of the remote server, the address of the local network and the address of the remote network. Similar settings must be made at the other end of the tunnel.
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 To register the necessary certificates from the server to clients, do the following: To register the necessary certificates from the server to clients, do the following:
  
-1. Create an OpenVPN network on the server.+**1.** Create an OpenVPN network on the server.
  
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-2. Create a user to connect to and open access to him in the OpenVPN module.+**2.** Create a user to connect to and open access to him in the OpenVPN module.
  
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-3. Upload certificates in an individual user module.+**3.** Upload certificates in an individual user module.
  
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-4. Unzip the downloaded archive with certificates for connection and import the root and final certificates on the client side.+**4.** Unzip the downloaded archive with certificates for connection and import the root and final certificates on the client side.
  
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-5. After that, the imported certificates can be selected on the “Encryption settings” tab when creating the OpenVPN tunnel.+**5.** After that, the imported certificates can be selected on the “Encryption settings” tab when creating the OpenVPN tunnel.
  
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tunnels.txt · Last modified: 2020/02/13 13:52 by zog