OpenVPN Access Server features overview

Quick overview

  • OpenVPN Access Server installs on a Linux OS with installation options to meet the needs of your network.
  • VPN clients connect from Microsoft Windows, macOS, iOS, Android, and Linux systems.
  • You can download installation packages for Linux, virtual machines, or cloud platforms.
  • User authentication includes a built-in system with web-based management or external authentication with PAM, LDAP, or RADIUS.
  • Advanced authentication is supported through custom programming with Python.
  • Access Server includes built-in, fully automated VPN certificate management and provisioning. External PKI is also possible for full control over an existing integrated PKI.
  • VPN tunnels are secured with the OpenVPN protocol using TLS authentication, credentials, certificates, and MAC address lock (optional).
  • Multi-factor authentication is supported in various forms: Google Authenticator is built-in; Duo Security can be added with a post_auth plugin; and LastPass can be added with a post_auth plugin.
  • Access Control rules can specify user or group access to IP address and subnets, and allow or disallow direct VPN client connections.
  • Full-tunnel and split-tunnel redirection: All VPN client internet traffic goes through the VPN tunnel, or only specified traffic, respectively.
  • Professional support provided by the OpenVPN Inc team, with our online support ticket system staffed by our global team of professionals.

Quick tour

Take a quick tour through the Admin Web UI, Client UI, and OpenVPN Connect with us:

Get started

Sign up for a free OpenVPN account and get started with Access Server. You can activate a subscription with two concurrent VPN connections at no cost.

Read through the Admin Web UI user manual to test your configuration. Then, purchase a subscription and increase your connections.