Road Warrior Setup?



  • I have road warriors who need access to my pbx. I want to use openvpn to give them sip/rtp only access to that box. I need no other services what so ever so want to secure the server for everything else.

    Is there a recent document out there which clearly shows how to go about this? I'm totally new to pfsense, need it for this one function alone and have yet to find one document that says it all :).

    I have found an amazing amount of documentation but each one is either old or not quite what I'm in need of.

    Thanks for any leads you might have.

    Mike


  • Rebel Alliance Developer Netgate

    I'm not sure anyone has an up-to-date OpenVPN road warrior howto out there.

    An OpenVPN client VPN setup is discussed in the book, with server and client software setup and other related information.



  • @jimp:

    I'm not sure anyone has an up-to-date OpenVPN road warrior howto out there.

    An OpenVPN client VPN setup is discussed in the book, with server and client software setup and other related information.

    Yes, I have found tons of documentation but am stumping myself somewhere. Oh well, I'll just try again, thanks for the input.



  • @jimp:

    I'm not sure anyone has an up-to-date OpenVPN road warrior howto out there.

    An OpenVPN client VPN setup is discussed in the book, with server and client software setup and other related information.

    PS: As for the book, I am more than willing to buy the book but like anything else, need to know that I'll end up using this else it's a waste of money. Can't count how many things I've bought into then never used so better to see if pfsense is going to be my answer first :).

    Mike



  • This worked for me some time ago on 1.2.2  I would suspect it's still a valid starting point.  Can't comment on your voip needs though…
    http://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=7840.msg45969



  • @mhab12:

    This worked for me some time ago on 1.2.2  I would suspect it's still a valid starting point.  Can't comment on your voip needs though…
    http://forum.pfsense.org/index.php?topic=7840.msg45969

    Thanks for the lead, I'll check it out.


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