Did you enable pf? I ask because pf is not enabled by default. If you
did not enable pf in rc.conf, then it's something other than pf that
would explain your inability to connect. I ask because usually someone
who has enabled pf knows how to write a pf rule.
Myself, I am still running 2.0 beta 15 and am still using port 5000, so
here is an extremely basic example of a pf rule for this kind of thing:
pass in on fxp0 proto udp from any to any port 5000 keep state
Again, this is very basic. You should change fxp0 to whatever interface
you want to do the filtering on or setup a macro for it. You should also
change the port to the new 1194 if needed.
For good measure: http://www.openbsd.org/faq/pf/index.html
Matt Singerman wrote:
I have set up OpenVPN on an OpenBSD 3.2 machine, and I believe I have
it configured properly - the loopback tests work for both the client
and server. When I set it to run, it appears to be starting okay, but
I cannot connect to it.
I am fairly sure that the problem is somewhere in my firewall
configuration, and I can't seem to find any examples of how to
configure pf correctly using openvpn. Can anyone point me to some
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