#!/bin/sh set -x TOP=/etc/openvpn KEYS=$TOP/easy-rsa/keys for NODE in server client1 client2; do if [[ ! -d $TOP/$NODE ]]; then mkdir $TOP/$NODE fi cd $KEYS cp dh2048.pem ca.crt $NODE.crt $NODE.key $TOP/$NODE cd $TOP cp myvpn.tlsauth $TOP/$NODE done # Copy client config to tmp for easy downloading for NODE in client1 client2; do if [[ -d /tmp/$NODE ]]; then rm -rf /tmp/$NODE fi cp -r $TOP/$NODE /tmp chmod -R a+r /tmp/$NODE doneI initially tried Wireguard but couldn't get it going. It is really quite and for security doesn't give errors. OpenVPN does which was crucial in making it work.
Computer Tips - OpenVPN server setup on Fedora
Date: 2018dec29 OS: Linux Distro: Fedora Language: bash Q. OpenVPN server setup on Fedora A. I successfully setup OpenVPN on Fedora 29 using these instructions https://www.digitalocean.com/community/tutorials/how-to-set-up-and-configure-an-openvpn-server-on-centos-7 I changed the following: - Their "remote" is the server. Their "locate" is the client. - Named my client "client1" so I can make others. - They downloaded easy-rsa with wget but Fedora 29 has it as a package. - I used my own DNS server rather than Google's. - Fedora has a systemd unit for the server called "openvpn-server" which uses folder /etc/openvpn/server so I used that unit and folder. I had to remake the keys a few times to get it right. So rather than manually copying them I made this script in /etc/openvpn/easy-rsa/dist