Openvpn automatic reconnect

Openvpn automatic reconnect

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My issue is that I have to reboot the router any time the VPN disconnects. What can be done to resolve this issue? Hello there! When a link with an Air server is broken, the resolv-retry infinite directive in our configuration files can already force openvpn to attempt a reconnection. If the DD-WRT OpenVPN has crashed, you must either reboot or prepare a script that will relaunch OpenVPN. You might also try running OpenVPN as a daemon and creating a startup script using our ca.crt, user.crt, user.key, and air.ovpn files. This is how a script will look (assuming openvpn is in /usr/sbin). cd /tmp /tmp /tmp /tmp /
Thank you so much for your answer. It doesn’t work, but that isn’t a concern. My main concern is how to block traffic when a VPN connection is not available. Is there someone who has a solution? Hello there! You may make use of iptables. For a good example, go here and adapt it to your DD-WRT router. Keep in mind that: – Air makes use of a tun interface; – – the xx.xx.xx.xx IP address recorded in the example must be changed to the Air server entry-IP server address, not the exit-IP server address; – the xx.xx.xx.xx IP address reported in the example must be changed to the Air server entry-IP server address, not the exit-IP server address (add as many rules as you wish for each entry-IP address, in case you want to switch Air server from the DD-WRT OpenVPN web interface). The entry-IP address of each server can be found on line “remote” of the air.ovpn file created for that server. http://forums.linuxforums.org/networking/178976-how-only-allow -iptables-openvpn-connections.html Hot regards

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I recently discovered a built-in way to make OpenVPN connect to a VPN gateway automatically on startup, which is done by setting profiles.conf files in /etc/default/openvpn as part of the AUTOSTART parameter. It works well, but what is the best way to reconnect to OpenVPN if the link is lost?
Since I’m new to Linux, my solution consists of a bash script with do while that tests if it can ping the OpenVPN gateway’s IP and, if it can’t, runs sudo openvpn —config /path/to/ovpn to reconnect.

Openvpn client set up

On the OVPN Client, I’m having issues with auto-reconnection. I’ve installed OVPN Server on an EdgeRouter device and OVPN Client on another OVPN EdgeRouter device in my setup. So far, everything has gone smoothly. The issues arose when the connection was abruptly dropped.
Case #1: I purposefully switch off the Client computer, wait a few minutes to ensure the Client has completely lost its VPN link (by checking the OVPN Server logs), and then turn it back on. The link is formed successfully after about 60 seconds, and both ends can communicate properly. This case is performing as planned.
Case #2: I unplug the network cable from the Client device, wait a few minutes (as in case #1), check the log on the Server to ensure the VPN link was fully lost, and then plug the network cable back into the Client device. The issue now is that I’m not seeing any attempts to auto-connect on the Client computer. I looked through the server logs and couldn’t find any failed connections or retries coming from the Client computer.

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My VPN connection resets every hour or so, which severely restricts its use; it can’t be left on while I’m not at the device. I don’t want to have to sit at the computer when installing something in case the link goes down.
My VPN connection resets every hour or so, which severely restricts its use; it can’t be left on while I’m not at the device. I don’t want to have to sit at the computer when installing something in case the link goes down.
This indicates a networking/firewalling problem. The AUTH FAILED message is more serious; if the client cannot bind, it will abort, which will interrupt the automatic restart; you must find out why these AUTH FAILED messages are being sent. On the server hand, what is printed?
Friday, May 6th, 2011 at 22:01:13 PUSH: Control message received: ‘PUSH REPLY,redirect-gateway’ explicit-exit-notify 5,rcvbuf 262144,route-gateway 12.43.0.1,topology subnet,ping 10,ping-restart 60,ifconfig 12.43.0.134 255.255.0.0′ def1 bypass-dhcp,dhcp-option DNS 208.67.222.222,dhcp-option DNS 208.67.220.220,explicit-exit-notify 5,rcvbuf 26214

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