> If this is ever supported in OpenVPN then it should not be a default
> option and require extra configuration at the server that can't be
> circumvented by the client.
I don't think anybody ever argued otherwise.
> IMHO if you can get what you want by running multiple ports and
> daemons/services then you have what you want without weakening the
> security of OpenVPN.
How is running two daemons any different from setting a configuration-file
option in this respect? Both accept exactly the same types of connections,
just in slightly different ways.
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