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 Post subject: OpenVPN Configuration in Windows Terminal Services
PostPosted: 12.05.2011 11:14 
DES
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Hi,

I want to use a single tap device in windows Terminal server and I need to consume that tap device for more than one openvpn client login.

I got same IP address for all logged In users with OpenVpn client. How We can get different IP address for each user's openVPN client in Windows Terminal Server.

I am using OpenVPN 2.0. Please let me know configuration changes that I have to do in OpenVPN Server as well as OpenVPN Client.

This is High priority issue.
I am expect your valuable reply in soon.

Thanks in Advance.
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KElangeswaran
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 Post subject: Re: OpenVPN Configuration in Windows Terminal Services
PostPosted: 12.05.2011 16:47 
Profi
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Hello,
first ... I never used Windows as a openVPN Server :)
Windows directly to the internet ? ..puhhh


Anyway,
let us talk about tecnical problems.
you will use the standard server setup (there is no really diffence between U*X and Win... may be the path and some small writing problems slash and/or backslash ...)

Your choice is routed or bridged.. -> prefer routed on a tun device.
Each client gets its own certificate, and clients get openVPN-IPs starting x.x.x.6 (each client uses 4 IPs internal) ..you can use 64 clients on a /24 network.
Without CCD [client connect dir] the clients get the next available IP.

You may use a ccd depending on common names of certificates, if each certificate have to get always same IP (depending to used certificate, not to hardware).
may be there are some routes additionally wished, any redirect etc.
What you are using on that servermachine... as you like it, rdp-services btw. too.

FYI: Here we run openVPN-Servers on an IPCop (firewall + router) to call for various terminalservices and more. ( smtp, imap, file services...).
The IPCop ist using an Alix-Board + CF-card (abt. 150 Euros) needs 5..7 Watt and running directly behind Modem.

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