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Tls error incoming packet authentication failed from

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2018.10.02 12:24:57 – OpenVPN > Authenticate/Decrypt packet error: poor packet ID (possibly a replay): [ #1 / time = ] (1538479498) Tuesday, October 2nd, 12:24:58 2018 ] For more detail, see the man pages for —no-replay and —replay-window, or use —mute-replay-warnings to disable the warning. Authenticate/Decrypt packet error: poor packet ID (may be a replay): [ #2 / time = 2018-10-02 12:24:57 – OpenVPN > (1538479498) Tuesday, October 2nd, 12:24:58 2018 ] For more detail, see the man pages for —no-replay and —replay-window, or use —mute-replay-warnings to disable the warning. [ #3 / time = (1538479498) Tue Oct 02 12:24:58 2018 ] OpenVPN > Authenticate/Decrypt packet error: poor packet ID (might be a replay): [ #3 / time = (1538479498) Tue Oct 02 12:24:58 2018 ] For more detail, see the man pages for —no-replay and —replay-window, or use —mute-replay-warnings to disable the warning. [ #4 / time = (1538479498) Tue Oct 02 12:24:58 2018 ] OpenVPN > Authenticate/Decrypt packet error: poor packet ID (may be a replay): For more detail, see the man pages for —no-replay and —replay-window, or use —mute-replay-warnings to disable the warning.

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On site B, I’m attempting to set up my Raspberry Pi as an OpenVPN server. Since this setup will be deployed on my Android phone, I request that the client configuration be stored in a single file. I don’t want to mess with paths, so I’ll just send the file over Bluetooth and it’ll be gone!
The configuration is based on PKI. The configuration is based on an existing VPN (which has been commented out), with the Raspy serving as the device (site B to site A). The “other” VPN can be switched on at any time, but it is currently disabled. I’m testing this on Windows first before moving on to Android, mostly because I can edit and rerun the configuration at any time, use the keyboard to type quickly, and copy and paste data from the server because I can still remote into it via ssh. It will take me a long time to test on mobile.
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I double-checked both sides’ TLS authentication keys, and they were identical. Googling the error showed that both sides were possibly using the same number at the end of the tls-auth line in the OpenVPN config file (either both 0 or both 1). When I looked at the conf files in /var/etc/openvpn on both the client and the server, I noticed that the tls-auth line on both had a 1 at the end of it.
The TLS error went away and the tunnel came up after I manually changed 1 to 0 in the server config file and restarted the server. However, after rebooting, the setting was reset to 1, presumably because the config file is rebuilt.

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My openvpn server, which is running Debian Wheezy x64, and my client, which is running Ubuntu 14.10 x64, are both having problems. I seem to get this error over and over, at least a couple of times per minute, no matter what configurations I try:
On the client, network-manager handles the setup, but I’ve got the key path right, the correct tls certificate, a matching mtu, the auth SHA256 directive, it’s set to validate the DN, and so on… Is there something I’m overlooking?
I tried changing auth ciphers and regenerating the tls key (with —gen-key —secret ta.key), but the error still exists. The VPN works well, but my download speeds are a little slower than they should be. Any support will be deeply appreciated.

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