I figured out that much, my main issue is having two daemons run on startup under centos. I was also wondering if they would share the status file and use the same management console and also that one client couldn't simultaneously connect to both daemons by using the same keys and certs and two different machines, each one connecting to a separate daemon.
On 6/5/07, dev null <dsvpns@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Easy as pie, just load up 2 different instance of openvpn.
1. cp server.conf serverwithotherport.conf
2. Edit serverwithotherport.conf to change the listening port
3. Run openvpn serverwithotherport.conf
Presto! 2 daemons with the same clients, certs,ca, etc
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