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-=====VPN=====+===== VPN=====
  
 The VPN module is located in the “Network” menu. This module is designed to control users connecting via VPN technology to ICS CUBE. The “VPN” module has six tabs: “VPN server”, “Settings”,​ “Users”,​ “Current sessions”,​ “Events”,​ “Log”. The VPN module is located in the “Network” menu. This module is designed to control users connecting via VPN technology to ICS CUBE. The “VPN” module has six tabs: “VPN server”, “Settings”,​ “Users”,​ “Current sessions”,​ “Events”,​ “Log”.
  
-===== Main page of the module ​(VPN server)=====+==== Main page of the module. ====
  
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 **The VPN server tab.** This tab displays the status of the PPP Connections Service and OpenVPN services with the option to Disable (or Enable if the service is disabled), as well as the latest messages in the log for the current day. **The VPN server tab.** This tab displays the status of the PPP Connections Service and OpenVPN services with the option to Disable (or Enable if the service is disabled), as well as the latest messages in the log for the current day.
  
-===== Settings. ​=====+==== Settings. ====
  
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 For automatically rule creation checkboxes, hyperlinks to the corresponding rules are given in the tab "​Network"​ → "​Firewall"​ → "​Rules"​. For automatically rule creation checkboxes, hyperlinks to the corresponding rules are given in the tab "​Network"​ → "​Firewall"​ → "​Rules"​.
  
-===== Users. ​=====+==== Users. ====
  
-**The “Users” tab** shows the list of the ICS CUBE users and allows to define which of them can connect via VPN and OpenVPN. By default the flags are  not set for all the users that have an address from the VPN range. You can restrict the connection by unmarking the user.+**The “Users” tab** shows the list of the ICS CUBE users and allows to define which of them can connect via VPN and [[https://​en.wikipedia.org/​wiki/​OpenVPN|OpenVPN]]. By default the flags are  not set for all the users that have an address from the VPN range. You can restrict the connection by unmarking the user.
  
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 To provide access to the OpenVPN network, it is necessary to check the box “OpenVPN access” opposite the corresponding User, and a new dialog window will open in which you must select the appropriate OpenVPN network. After the manipulations,​ the corresponding User in an individual module in the “OpenVPN” tab, additional connection settings in the OpenVPN network will become available. In addition, ICS CUBE will automatically create a final certificate for the corresponding User, with the name <network name> _ <User name>. It is worth noting that if the username of the User added to the OpenVPN network is changed, this can lead to disruption of the ICS CUBE. To provide access to the OpenVPN network, it is necessary to check the box “OpenVPN access” opposite the corresponding User, and a new dialog window will open in which you must select the appropriate OpenVPN network. After the manipulations,​ the corresponding User in an individual module in the “OpenVPN” tab, additional connection settings in the OpenVPN network will become available. In addition, ICS CUBE will automatically create a final certificate for the corresponding User, with the name <network name> _ <User name>. It is worth noting that if the username of the User added to the OpenVPN network is changed, this can lead to disruption of the ICS CUBE.
  
-===== Current session. ​=====+==== Current session. ====
  
 On this tab you can check which of the users are connected right now, check the connection time and also to disconnect a user. On this tab you can check which of the users are connected right now, check the connection time and also to disconnect a user.
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-===== Events. ​=====+==== Events. ====
  
 **The “Events” tab** displays the event log of VPN connections. In the tab, you can select the period for which events will be displayed, the type of events (system messages, service messages, errors, other messages). **The “Events” tab** displays the event log of VPN connections. In the tab, you can select the period for which events will be displayed, the type of events (system messages, service messages, errors, other messages).
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 The event log is a table consisting of two columns: "​Time"​ - time of occurrence of the event "​Message"​ - description of the message. The event log is a table consisting of two columns: "​Time"​ - time of occurrence of the event "​Message"​ - description of the message.
  
-===== Log. =====+==== Log. ====
  
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