WireGuard is a new coming to OpenBSD 6.8 and it looks like a simple and efficient way to connect computers.
I own a few VPS (hello Vultr, hello OpenBSD.amsterdam) that tend to be connected through filtered public services and/or SSH tunnels. And that’s neither efficient nor easy to manage. Here comes the wg(4) era where all those peers will communicate with a bit more privacy and ease of management. Continue reading “A mesh VPN using OpenBSD and WireGuard”
I use VPN to remotely connect to my home-LAN when I’m away.
I’ve tried may kinds of VPN ; from IPsec (point-to-point) to SSL through L2TP. I found that the easiest one to implement, when using various OS client, was VPN/SSL. And the easiest software to be used by any OS, or at least any I use, was OpenVPN. From Windows to OSX through NetBSD, there’s an available binary.
So let’s create the server on OpenBSD.
Continue reading “Back to the sea ; the virtual private network (VPN), episode IX”
In my actual configuration, OpenVPN provides a remote DNS and only routes traffic to the internal LAN. Every public traffic is kept out of the VPN. Yesterday, I wanted to route every traffic through my VPN ; to masquerade my 3G IP address :-D
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Now that I have an OpenVPN server running, I’d like to get a fixed IP from it so that I can put ACL in my LAN access.
Continue reading “Fixed IP with OpenVPN”
The following notes will help you install and configure OpenVPN on a NetBSD server. This is how I can connect to my $HOME network from anywhere on the Internet.
Note that the install describes the “bridge” mode. This allows to get an IP address on the same LAN segment than my servers.
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