11 responses

  1. Alan Jebakumar
    April 5, 2014


    Can the same steps be impletement for a Linux VPN Server & a Windows vpn client? Please advice on that. If possible a post on that would be of great help.

    • SK
      April 5, 2014

      I don’t use Windows. A simple google search will help you.

  2. bob
    April 25, 2014

    I am just at the beginning of the guide and have not finished it, but as always your guides are always really good compared to everyone else’s guides that are crap. You are the only person that I have found in openvpn guides that showed how to get easy-rsa. Thank you for guides and I will post back if everything worked out.

    • SK
      April 26, 2014

      Thanks bob. As far as I know, this guide was worked perfectly for me. Hope it work for you too.

      • bob
        May 24, 2014

        This is a very late reply, but I have been busy. I can’t seem to be able to actually connect to my VPN. I have no idea where to start to ask for help, would the OpenVPN Forums be a good idea?

  3. dinesh
    May 22, 2014

    I am facing a problem. I have followed your tutorial in cent os and the openvpn server is working fine with the tunnel open.The openvpn client is not working and all the files are copied. The service is turned on but when I check, the vpn adapter is not shown in ifconfig.
    please provide a solution.

  4. Euphoria
    May 29, 2014

    What a guide! Thank you so much! I succesfully implement openvpn on my centos 6 using this and I connected all my devices (Windows, Android, IOS) to it.

    • SK
      May 29, 2014

      Glad, I have helped you. Keep visiting for more interesting and informative articles.

  5. OpenVPN
    July 5, 2014

    On my client side i don`t have the tun0 after i run ifconfig ..i have only eth0 and lo , can you please tell me why?

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