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Jan
12
asked Making my server virtual - what happens to my LVMs?
Jan
3
accepted VPN server using two NICs
Jan
3
comment VPN server using two NICs
I've got an Asus RT-N16 running the latest build of OpenWRT. A quick search turned up this tutorial which seems like it might work: wiki.openwrt.org/doc/howto/dmz. My only concern is finding a way to set up a VPN on only the DMZ and not the rest of the network. I have a feeling I won't be able to do this only in software and will need another NIC on my server.
Jan
3
awarded  Commentator
Jan
3
comment VPN server using two NICs
Could you elaborate on how the DMZ allows me to replicate the 2 NICS/2 Router scenario? My budget is limited right now so it sounds like it might be the best option.
Jan
2
asked VPN server using two NICs
Aug
20
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
14
awarded  Critic
Jun
7
comment Can't get kernel module `uinput` started
@belacqua, tried that too. Still no dice.
Jun
6
revised Can't get kernel module `uinput` started
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Jun
6
asked Can't get kernel module `uinput` started
Feb
12
comment Change OpenVPN client's default route
I knew this much, my question was more geared towards "how" I should format the line(s) to add those rules in those files.
Feb
12
asked Change OpenVPN client's default route
Feb
8
accepted Using native connection while still connected to a vpn
Feb
8
comment Using native connection while still connected to a vpn
Right, that worked and I got my routing table. I also found this guide dltj.org/article/openvpn-split-routing. It shows how he set up split-tunnelling.
Feb
8
comment Using native connection while still connected to a vpn
Thanks for putting me on the right track with the keywork split-tunneling. However, my client is a mac and my networking skills are somewhat lacking -- so your answer is a little obscure to me.
Feb
7
comment Using native connection while still connected to a vpn
@belacqua: I'm using OpenVPN and followed the following tutorial to the letter: help.ubuntu.com/12.10/serverguide/openvpn.html
Feb
7
asked Using native connection while still connected to a vpn
Jan
22
comment How do I add a user to the “sudo” group?
@Teifi, that means you probably don't have sudo installed or, for some weird reason, it's not in your path. What happens when you run which sudo?
Jan
22
accepted Getting a LAMP server secured and locked down for development