Easily set network access control policies to authorize users, groups, and devices.
Not even authenticated users need access to everything on your network. OpenVPN makes it easy to set access control policies that allow essential access – nothing more.
With Access Server, you can define access control at the user, group, and global levels. For users, you can configure multiple authentication systems: local, PAM, LDAP, RADIUS, and SAML. The local system allows you to create users and manage their access from the Admin Web UI under User Management.
When you sign into the Admin Web UI, you can navigate to User Permissions and configure access control, including admin rights, TOTP-based MFA, subnet access, IP addressing, and user authentication methods.
You can set up group-level access control by assigning your users to groups. In the Admin Web UI, it's easy to configure that access from the Group Permissions page. You can define group access, including admin rights, TOTP-based MFA, subnet access, and user authentication methods.
We provide an advanced feature for those using RADIUS, LDAP, and SAML external authentication. Access Server includes a programming hook that runs after authentication before creating the VPN tunnel connection. With this hook, you can use a post-auth script to automate mapping groups. We provide example scripts for RADIUS, LDAP, and SAML.
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