Aug 07, 2015
OpenVPN / [Openvpn-users] Bad LZO decompression header byte: 0 Hello All: We've been using OpenVPN for a few years now, quite successfully. I'm now on version 2.0.7 on the CentOS 4 server (firewall), and clients are using mostly WinXP, some Win2K and some Linux (OVPN versions 2.0.3 - 2.0.7) On one new, remote computer - running WinXP - I … Configuring a Windows OpenVPN client or server – Opengear And below is an example of an OpenVPN Windows Server configuration file: server 10.100.10.0 255.255.255.0 port 1194 keepalive 10 120 proto udp mssfix 1400 persist-key persist-tun dev tun ca ca.crt cert server1.crt key server1.key dh dh1024.pem comp-lzo verb 1 syslog IM4216_OpenVPN_Server
If the key has already been generated it will only #generate the configuration file for OpenVPN #VARIABLES #If you don't set a remote (the external IP of the server or the hostname) #the script will try to gather it using dig #You need to change the port to the one set in your server #if you want to add new directive to client configuration use How to install and configure openvpn on client side - YouTube Apr 16, 2014 Implement --mssfix handling for IPv6 packets. · OpenVPN
"0 5 * * * root stopservice openvpn; sleep 30; startservice openvpn" Then click “Save” & then “Apply Setting”. The 05* * * is the starting time in the morning and everyday thereafter. The 30 seconds allows for a proper disconnection and re-connection, to short and problems start to arises.
networking - Why can't I SSH in to an IP address that I am I set mssfix at 250 and tried to re-connect to the OpenVPN server then connect to the ssh again, but the outcome was the same -- it got hung up at the 'SSH2_MSG_KEXINIT sent' step. Do you have any advice on what could be going on here / how I could fix it? DD-WRT Forum :: View topic - OpenVPN Client weird speeds Oct 16, 2019