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Größter Fehler des letzten Wochenendes: Den schon lange laufenden Server 'schnell mal neu starten' wollen. Nach langem OpenVPN-Debugging (CRL expired) und noch ein paar Aufräumarbeiten läuft nun wieder alles. Orrr....

Upgraded my @openvpn setup. Now with fancy @docker containers, an own DNS (also in a container), AES-256-CBC and stuff. Like it.


OpenVPN server in a Docker container complete with an EasyRSA PKI CA

Looks like a suitable replacement for my current FreeBSD setup.


GreyCoder - Three DNS Providers That Dont Censor Or Log Your Queries

To prevent DNS leakage when using a VPN.


IPLeak - IP/DNS Detect

What is your IP, what is your DNS, what informations you send to websites.

Helpful when checking your VPN connection.


The Chromium Projects: Open Network Configuration

The Open Network Configuration specification describes a network and certificate configuration format that could be used across operating systems. Chromium OS will support it natively.

No word of OpenVPNs tun-ipv6 option.


OpenVPN on ChromeOS Documentation

This document describes how to configure OpenVPN on ChromeOS to use features that you may wish to have, are supported by openvpn itself, but not currently reachable from the user interface at this time (hopefully in the future).

Quite helpful, although there's no mention of IPv6.