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[Openvpn-users] OpenVPn con file and tap mode..


  • Subject: [Openvpn-users] OpenVPn con file and tap mode..
  • From: Lars Schimmer <schimmer@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Mon, 17 Jan 2005 14:08:23 +0100

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Hi!

I'm kinda lost in the tap conf mode...
I just copied the pre-2.0 conf file to /etc/openvpn/server.conf and modified
some parts.
I want to use bridged mode, because of need of tunnel OpenAFS over VPN.
Now the problems:
1.In the conf file it is noted, I have to setup bridging on the OpenVPN server.
Is this still needed? anyone knows a link where to find infos about that?
2.The IPs to be bridged. We've got a /24 subnet here, managed by a router. I
want to use 9 IPs for this VPN. So I changed the values in :
server-bridge 192.168.37.239 255.255.255.250 192.168.37.240 134.168.37.249
Ok, the subnet mask is wrong. Til yet not found howto calc it with sipcalc...
But is this the correct way of setting the VPN up?
If I use only 9 IPs for bridging, that's not a clean subnet, are the other 7 IPs
lost for normal use?

Cya
Lars
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