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Re: [Openvpn-users] path-mtu 1460 : message too long


  • Subject: Re: [Openvpn-users] path-mtu 1460 : message too long
  • From: richard <rvenne@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 31 Dec 2004 14:20:31 +0100

client links:adsl

clients config

tls-client
remote  [remoteip] 32000
dev tun
pull
ca   certs.crt
cert vpn.crt
key  vpn.key
reneg-sec 3000
mute 20
keepalive 10 120



server link: ISP's main link ( 4M/s)

server config

server 10.1.0.0 255.255.0.0
port 32000
local $ip
dev tun
reneg-sec 3000
mute 20
keepalive 10 120
client-to-client
client-config-dir $SOMEDIR
dh   dh1024.pem
ca   serts.crt
cert vpn.crt
key  vpn.key

i've never seen this problem with my clients and servers before. it worked well until yesterday :o[

Sebastian Pein wrote:
what is your uplink like (dsl, modem, cellphone)?

what is your config like?

i had similar problems (stale tunnel) over cellphone connecttls-client
remote  217.24.83.98 32000
dev tun
pull
ca   /etc/ssl/certs/DOL.crt
cert /etc/ssl/certs/vpn.crt
key  /etc/ssl/private/vpn.key
reneg-sec 3000
mute 20
keepalive 10 120ions (narrow
bandwidth, long latency) with to large mtu. deacreasing it to about 1300/1400
made it work fine.

Quoting richard <rvenne@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>:


I get this openvpn(beta 15) error message when I put in "ls /etc/", or "less $A_BIG_PLAIN_TEXT_FILE". my session freeze and the only way to get it back is killing the ssh process (openvpn still running).


linux client------->fbsd server--------->linux client


thanks for help


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