In order to exclude a specific range or IP address, you need to add the parameter "net_gateway". For example, it is necessary that the network "10.0.0.0/8" is routed through the VPN, but at the same time the network "10.0.1.0/24" is excluded from the route, the entry in the configuration file will look like this: … Continue reading " OpenVPN – Exclude specific IPs or networks from routes"
Goal: Allow public read access for all objects in the S3 bucket only using a VPN connection, objects must be non-public to connect from the world. OpenVPN is used as a VPN service, which can be deployed anywhere, so we will build an allow a rule to check the IP address. First you need … Continue reading " AWS – S3: Allow public access to objects over VPN"
Goal: Only allow networks that fall under the ban through a VPN, the rest should go directly. The convenience of connecting devices, cross-platform, speed and security are also important. All steps were performed on CentOS 7. Install the EPEL repository if it is not already in the system and install the necessary packages: Create a … Continue reading "OpenVPN – Selective traffic (mail.ru, yandex.ru, vk.com, ok.ru, kaspersky.ru)"
Goal: Allow traffic from any device via VPN. The maximum convenience is connecting new devices without creating accounts, creating passwords, etc. Fast and encrypted connection. All steps were performed on CentOS 7. Install the EPEL repository if it is not already in the system and install the necessary packages: Create a configuration file:
Goal: Link 2 remote nodes in between so that communication between them is "transparent". Channel stability, speed and, of course, safety are also important. Imagine that there are 2 nodes: Server – IP 184.108.40.206 Client – IP 220.127.116.11 Install OpenVPN on them CentOS: Ubuntu: