Traffic to private resources on your connected networks always traverse the tunnel to OpenVPN Cloud but there are different ways that you can control the traffic destined to the internet. Split Tunnel ON: If you want to steer traffic to certain internet destinations within the tunnel for additional protection and to use login restriction policies […]
Internet access configuration is part of access control policy and allows the administrator to centrally configure the following for User Groups, Networks, and Hosts: Internet Access: Allows the administrator to restrict internet access, tunnel all internet traffic to OpenVPN Cloud, or let the internet traffic exit directly to the internet for a given User Group, […]
When you want to tunnel the internet traffic from User Groups, Networks and Hosts, you need to set their Internet Access to Split Tunnel OFF (see, changing internet access configuration) and select one or more Networks that have been set up as Internet Gateways for the internet traffic to exit OpenVPN Cloud. You can do […]
To change the internet access configuration for User Groups, Networks, and Hosts follow these steps: Navigate to the Internet Access page from the left navigation pane Access > Internet Select one of the three tabs: User Groups, Networks, and Hosts based on the entity whose internet access needs to be changed Click on the Edit […]
OpenVPN Cloud can be configured to use private LDAP authentication. This means that the LDAP server is positioned in your private network, and your users authenticate with the OpenVPN Connect app using their LDAP username and password credentials.
Follow the steps in this guide to set up user group access to a specific service in the OpenVPN Cloud administration portal.
Follow the steps in this guide to edit an access group in the OpenVPN Cloud administration portal.
Follow the steps in this guide to add an access group in the OpenVPN Cloud administration portal.