OVPN Single site, multiple remote users
I posted my question at this link, because the spam blocker won't let me post directly here.
Sorry I can't do it a-better-way.
Thanks for any replies.
Gertjan last edited by Gertjan
So you have OpenVPN, using the OpenVPN server on pfSense working.
OpenVPN Clients will have access to your company LAN, that host these PC's.
If every user has the Windows user credentials of their own PC, they should be able to login, using RDP, into their own PC - and not the other PC's ... right ?
Never tried, but it might be possible to give every OpenVPN user a dedicated 'fixed' IP on the VPN tunnel network.
Like DCP versus satic IP.
Then you could make a firewall rule on the OpenVPN firewall interface that 'locks' every connected VPN user to their PC only.
Yes, that about sums it up.
OpenVPN is up and running.
Everyone knows how to login to their own Windoze boxen.
Right now I'm hoping all the users can connect via the 10.1.1.0/24 subnet, and login to their windoze.
One-to-one mapping between remote users and their personal desktops is the objective.
TIA's for any clues or tips.
With CSOs (Client Specific Overrides) you can bind Users to a fixed IP address inside your OpenVPN tunnel network.
After that you can go crazy with the Rules per User like I do.
You can also group Users with Firewall Aliases and use them in Firewall Rules, depends on how complex your setup is.
Thanks for suggestion.
That works really nicely. Just like having a DHCP server handing out "static" IP addresses, in the OpenVPN subnet.
I give you a thumbs up.