On Sun, 12 Dec 2004, Steven Palm wrote:
On Dec 12, 2004, at 4:27 AM, James Yonan wrote:
The other change is the ability to have OpenVPN hibernate on startup
until it gets a "go" signal from the management interface. This was
requested by several people. It can also be used to "pause" and
"resume" the tunnel from the management interface.
Brilliant! However, I can't get it to work here.... If I put
management-hold in my config file, the openvpn command starts up in a
hibernate mode, but when I connect to the management port, I don't get
the management port header stuff echoed to me, and it doesn't respond to
any commands. Turning off the hold feature allows the management port
to work here again.
Anyone else seeing this, or is it just me? Running on MacOS X if it
Working for me on Windows.
Another comment though. It's possible to start openvpn with
--management-hold without using --management. This shouldn't be possible,
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