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OpenVPN 2 Cookbook by Jan Just Keijser

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Using an 'ifconfig-pool' block

In this recipe, we will use an ifconfig-pool block to separate regular VPN clients from administrative VPN clients. This makes it easier to set up different firewall rules for administrative users.

Getting ready

We use the following network layout:

Getting ready

This recipe uses the PKI files created in the first recipe of this chapter. For this recipe, we used the server computer that was running the CentOS 5 Linux and OpenVPN 2.1.1. The VPN client Client was running the Windows XP and OpenVPN 2.1.1 and was on the 192.168.200.0 network. The VPN client Admin Client was running Fedora 12 Linux and OpenVPN 2.1.1 and was on the 192.168.202.0 ...

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