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Hi I am giving pfsense a try,  but struggling getting the right settings under openvpn client under pfsense.

 

I have a windows 7 Pc,  vbox > pfsense running with ethernet 1-NAT and ethernet 2-internal settings (network name: test1)

 

I can access pfsense web gui from another vbox > linux running which is linked to test1 internal network just fine.

 

However am confused as to the settings to enter.

 

I entered opennic dns servers,  which I think is ok,  added my 2 certs and 1 key via copy and paste into cert manager.

 

Am stuck on OpenVPN Client settings below:

 

Server node : peer to peer (SSL/TLS or shared key) 

protocol : udp or tcp

device mode: tun or tap

interface : wan/lan/local host/any

local port: ?

server host :  I entered AirVPN entry ip server

Server port : AirVPN port number

proxy host: left blank

proxy port: left blank

proxy authentication type:ntlm or basic

username:

password:

infinitely resolve server: tick or uncheck

tls authentication:tick or uncheck

peer certificate authority: Airvpn

client certificate: webconfig in use

encryption algorithm: AES-256-CBC

hardware crypto: no hardware selected/BSD/RSAX

IPv4 Tunnel network: left blank

IPv6 Tunner network:

IPv4 Remote networks:

IPv6 Remote networks:

Limit outgoing bandwith:

compression:/compress tunel packets with LZO:  Left unticked

type of service:set TOS IP header value of tunnel packets to match encapsulated packet value : Left unticked

 

 

I managed to get the server & port settings and UDP/Tun/AES 256-CBC settings from the airvpn config files,  I searched for pfsense guide on here but none

 

Any ideas with the other settings?   Perhaps someone can copy n paste my settings above and bolded the right setting? Cheers

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Hi I am giving pfsense a try,  but struggling getting the right settings under openvpn client under pfsense.

 

I have a windows 7 Pc,  vbox > pfsense running with ethernet 1-NAT and ethernet 2-internal settings (network name: test1)

 

I can access pfsense web gui from another vbox > linux running which is linked to test1 internal network just fine.

 

However am confused as to the settings to enter.

 

I entered opennic dns servers,  which I think is ok,  added my 2 certs and 1 key via copy and paste into cert manager.

 

Am stuck on OpenVPN Client settings below:

 

Server node : peer to peer (SSL/TLS or shared key) 

 

SSL/TLS

 

protocol : udp or tcp

 

UDP or TCP according to your choice.

 

device mode: tun or tap

 

TUN

 

interface : wan/lan/local host/any

 

It depends on your router setup. Surely not local host.

 

local port: ?

server host :  I entered AirVPN entry ip server

 

 

Ok.

 

Server port : AirVPN port number

 

53, 80 or 443.

 

tls authentication:tick or uncheck

 

Uncheck.

 

peer certificate authority: Airvpn

 

The ca.crt file that you must download from the configuration generator.

 

client certificate: webconfig in use

 

The user.crt file that you must download form the configuration generator.

 

encryption algorithm: AES-256-CBC

 

Ok.

 

Kind regards

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Hi thanks for the settings,  but those settings I had all entered already.

 

The interface :  I tried Wan but it then complained about an tunnel network address ?  So tried internal and seemed to pass it.

 

Proxy authentication : set to none for now,  if I choose anything else it ask for username/password

Server host name resolution:  unchecked as Airstaff mentioned

TLS authentication : unchecked -  Not sure if Airvpn servers require TLS authentication or not but it asked for a static key otherwise

Tunnel settings : all left blank since no idea

 

 

 

I tried following the guides from a few other vpn providers but there settings are different.

 

 

Any other pfsense air users out there that could do a print screen of there openvpn settings or help ?  thx

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